Song of Songs 5

  1 H935 [H8804] I have come H1588 into my garden, H269 my sister, H3618 my spouse: H717 [H8804] I have gathered H4753 my myrrh H1313 with my spice; H398 [H8804] I have eaten H3293 my honeycomb H1706 with my honey; H8354 [H8804] I have drunk H3196 my wine H2461 with my milk: H398 [H8798] eat, H7453 O friends; H8354 [H8798] drink, H7937 [H8798] yea, drink abundantly, H1730 O beloved.
  2 H3463 I sleep, H3820 but my heart H5782 [H8802] waketh: H6963 it is the voice H1730 of my beloved H1849 [H8802] that knocketh, H6605 [H8798] saying, Open H269 to me, my sister, H7474 my love, H3123 my dove, H8535 my undefiled: H7218 for my head H4390 [H8738] is filled H2919 with dew, H6977 and my locks H7447 with the drops H3915 of the night.
  3 H6584 [H8804] I have put off H3801 my coat; H349 how H3847 [H8799] shall I put it on? H7364 [H8804] I have washed H7272 my feet; H349 how H2936 [H8762] shall I defile them?
  4 H1730 My beloved H7971 [H8804] put H3027 his hand H4480 through H2356 the opening H4578 of the door, and my heart H1993 [H8804] was moved for him.
  5 H6965 [H8804] I rose up H6605 [H8800] to open H1730 to my beloved; H3027 and my hands H5197 [H8804] flowed H4753 with myrrh, H676 and my fingers H5674 [H8802] with sweet smelling H4753 myrrh, H3709 upon the handles H4514 of the lock.
  6 H6605 [H8804] I opened H1730 to my beloved; H1730 but my beloved H2559 [H8804] had withdrawn H5674 [H8804] himself, and was gone: H5315 my soul H3318 [H8804] failed H1696 [H8763] when he spoke: H1245 [H8765] I sought H4672 [H8804] him, but I could not find H7121 [H8804] him; I called H6030 [H8804] him, but he gave me no answer.
  7 H8104 [H8802] The watchmen H5437 [H8802] that went about H5892 the city H4672 [H8804] found H5221 [H8689] me, they smote H6481 [H8804] me, they wounded H8104 [H8802] me; the keepers H2346 of the walls H5375 [H8804] took away H7289 my veil from me.
  8 H7650 [H8689] I charge H1323 you, O daughters H3389 of Jerusalem, H4672 [H8799] if ye find H1730 my beloved, H5046 [H8686] that ye tell H2470 [H8802] him, that I am sick H160 with love.
  9 H1730 What is thy beloved H1730 more than another beloved, H3303 O thou fairest H802 among women? H1730 what is thy beloved H1730 more than another beloved, H3602 that thou H7650 [H8689] dost so charge us?
  10 H1730 My beloved H6703 is white H122 and ruddy, H1713 [H8803] the chief H7233 among ten thousand.
  11 H7218 His head H3800 is as the most H6337 fine gold, H6977 his locks H8534 are bushy, H7838 and black H6158 as a raven.
  12 H5869 His eyes H3123 are as the eyes of doves H650 by the rivers H4325 of waters, H7364 [H8801] washed H2461 with milk, H3427 H4402 [H8802] and fitly set.
  13 H3895 His cheeks H6170 are as a bed H1314 of spices, H4840 as sweet H4026 flowers: H8193 his lips H7799 like lilies, H5197 [H8802] dropping H5674 [H8802] sweet smelling H4753 myrrh.
  14 H3027 His hands H2091 are as gold H1550 rings H4390 [H8794] set H8658 with the beryl: H4578 his belly H6247 is as bright H8127 ivory H5968 [H8794] overlaid H5601 with sapphires.
  15 H7785 His legs H5982 are as pillars H8336 of marble, H3245 [H8794] set H134 upon sockets H6337 of fine gold: H4758 his countenance H3844 is as Lebanon, H977 [H8803] excellent H730 as the cedars.
  16 H2441 His mouth H4477 is most sweet: H4261 yea, he is altogether lovely. H1730 This is my beloved, H7453 and this is my friend, H1323 O daughters H3389 of Jerusalem.