Song Of Solomon Chapter 5 -

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Let go down <G2597> my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> into <G1519> his garden <G2779><G1473>, and <G2532> let him eat <G2068> fruit <G2590> of his fruit trees <G204.1><G1473>! I entered <G1525> into <G1519> my garden <G2779><G1473>, my sister <G79><G1473>, O bride <G3565>. I gathered the vintage <G5166> of my myrrh <G4666><G1473> with <G3326> my aromatics <G759><G1473>; I ate <G2068> my bread <G740><G1473> with <G3326> my honey <G3192><G1473>; I drank <G4095> wine <G3631><G1473> with <G3326> my milk <G1051><G1473>. Eat <G2068>, O dear men <G4139.1>, and <G2532> drink <G4095>! and <G2532> be intoxicated <G3184> beloved men <G79.1>!
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I <G1473> sleep <G2518>, but <G2532> the <G3588> my heart <G2588><G1473> is sleepless <G69>. voice <G5456> of my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> knocks <G2925> upon <G1909> the <G3588> door, [saying <G2374>, Open <G455> to me <G1473> my sister <G79><G1473>, the <G3588> my dear one <G4139><G1473>, my dove <G4058><G1473>, my perfect one <G5046><G1473>! for <G3754> the <G3588> my head <G2776><G1473> is filled <G4130> of dew <G1408.1>, and <G2532> the <G3588> my curls <G1007.1><G1473> of mist <G5568.6> of night <G3571>.
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I took off <G1562> the <G3588> my inner garment <G5509><G1473>; how <G4459> will I put it on [again <G1746><G1473>? I washed <G3538> the <G3588> my feet <G4228><G1473>; how <G4459> will I taint <G3435> them <G1473>?
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My beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> sent <G649> his hand <G5495><G1473> through <G575> the <G3588> opening <G3692>, and <G2532> the <G3588> my belly <G2836><G1473> was alarmed <G2360> over <G1909> him <G1473>.
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I rose up <G450><G1473> to open <G455> the <G3588> to my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473>; my hands <G5495><G1473> dripped <G4712.1> myrrh <G4666>, my fingers <G1147><G1473> of myrrh <G4666> [with] full [bodied <G4134> upon <G1909> handles <G5495> of the <G3588> bolt <G2806.1>.
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I opened <G455><G1473> [to the <G3588> my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473>; my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> was gone <G3928>. Soul <G5590> of me <G1473> came forth <G1831> for <G1722> word <G3056> of him <G1473>. I sought <G2212> him <G1473>, and <G2532> I did not <G3756> find <G2147> him <G1473>; I called <G2564> him <G1473>, and <G2532> he did not <G3756> hearken <G5219> to me <G1473>.
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They found <G2147> me <G1473>, the <G3588> guards <G5441>, the [ones] <G3588> encircling <G2944> in <G1722> the <G3588> city <G4172>. They struck <G3960> me <G1473>, they wounded <G5135> me <G1473>, took <G142> the <G3588> my lightweight covering <G2327.1><G1473> from <G575> me <G1473> keepers <G5441> of the <G3588> walls <G5038>.
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I bind you by an oath <G3726><G1473>, O daughters <G2364> of Jerusalem, by <G1722> the <G3588> powers <G1411> and <G2532> by <G1722> the <G3588> strengths <G2479> of the <G3588> field <G68>, if <G1437> you should find <G2147> the <G3588> my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473>, what <G5100> should you report <G518> to him <G1473>, for <G3754> being pierced <G5103.1> of love <G26> I am <G1473><G1510.2.1>.
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What [is <G5100> your beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> from <G575> a beloved [man <G79.1>, the <G3588> O fair one <G2570> among <G1722> women <G1135>? What [is <G5100> your beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> from <G575> a beloved [man <G79.1>, that <G3754> thus <G3779> you bound us by an oath <G3726><G1473>?
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My beloved [man <G79.1><G1473> [is] white <G3022> and <G2532> ruddy <G4450>, being selected <G1589.2> from <G575> ten-thousands <G3461>.
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His head <G2776><G1473> [is as] gold <G5553> of Kefaz; his curls <G1007.1><G1473> [flowing] fir trees <G1640.1>, black <G3189> as <G5613> a crow <G2876>.
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His eyes <G3788><G1473> [are] as <G5613> doves <G4058> by <G1909> fullnesses <G4138> of waters <G5204>, being bathed <G3068> in <G1722> milk <G1051>, sitting down <G2521> upon <G1909> fullnesses <G4138> of waters <G5204>.
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His jaws <G4600><G1473> [are] as <G5613> bowls <G5357> of the <G3588> aromatic <G759>, germinating <G5453> scents <G3460.1>. His lips <G5491><G1473> [are as] lilies <G2918> dripping <G4712.1> myrrh <G4666> full- [bodied <G4134>.
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His hands <G5495><G1473> [are as] turned <G5117.1> gold <G5552>, being filled <G4137> with Tharsis [stone <G2292.1>. His belly <G2836><G1473> [is as] a writing-tablet <G4441.1> of ivory <G1661> upon <G1909> a stone <G3037> of sapphire <G4552>.
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His legs <G2833.1><G1473> [are as] columns <G4769> of marble <G3138.1>, founded <G2311> upon <G1909> bases <G939> of gold <G5552>. His appearance <G1491><G1473> as <G5613> Lebanon, choice <G1588> as <G5613> cedars <G2748>.
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His throat <G5333.2><G1473> [is] sweetness <G1098.4>, and <G2532> [he is] entirely <G3650> desirable <G1939>. This <G3778> [is] my beloved [man <G79.1><G1473>, and <G2532> this <G3778> [is] my dear one <G4139><G1473>, O daughters <G2364> of Jerusalem.