Song of Songs 5:9-16

Geneva(i) 9 O the fairest among women, what is thy welbeloued more then other welbeloued? what is thy welbeloued more then another louer, that thou doest so charge vs? 10 My welbeloued is white and ruddie, the chiefest of ten thousand. 11 His head is as fine golde, his lockes curled, and blacke as a rauen. 12 His eyes are like doues vpon the riuers of waters, which are washt with milke, and remaine by the full vessels. 13 His cheekes are as a bedde of spices, and as sweete flowres, and his lippes like lilies dropping downe pure myrrhe. 14 His hands as rings of gold set with the chrysolite, his belly like white yuorie couered with saphirs. 15 His legges are as pillars of marble, set vpon sockets of fine golde: his countenance as Lebanon, excellent as the cedars. 16 His mouth is as sweete thinges, and hee is wholy delectable: this is my welbeloued, and this is my louer, O daughters of Ierusalem. [ (Song of Solomon 5:17) O the fairest among women, whither is thy welbeloued gone? whither is thy welbeloued turned aside, that we may seeke him with thee? ]