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7 How beautiful are athy feet with shoes, bO prince’s daughter!

The joints of thy thighs are like cjewels,

The work of the hands of da cunning workman.

Thy navel is like a round egoblet, which wanteth not liquor:

Thy belly is like an heap of wheat set about with flilies.

gThy two breasts are like two young roes that are twins.

hThy neck is as a tower of ivory;

Thine eyes like the fishpools in iHeshbon, by the gate of kBath-rabbim:

Thy nose is as lthe tower of mLebanon which looketh toward nDamascus.

Thine head upon thee is like ||oCarmel,

And pthe hair of thine head like purple;

qThe king is held in the rgalleries.

How fair and how spleasant art thou, O love, for tdelights!

This thy stature is like to a upalm tree,

And thy breasts to xclusters of grapes.

I said, I will go up to the upalm tree,

I will take hold of the boughs thereof:

Now also thy breasts shall be as xclusters of the vine,

And the smell of thy nose like yapples;

And zthe roof of thy mouth like the best wine

For my beloved, athat goeth down sweetly,

Causing the lips ||of those that are basleep to speak.

10  cI am my beloved’s, and his ddesire is toward me.

11  Come, my beloved, let us go forth into the field;

Let us lodge in the villages.

12  Let us get up early to the vineyards;

Let us esee if the vine flourish, whether the ftender grape appear,

And ethe pomegranates bud forth:

There will I give thee my loves.

13  The gmandrakes give a smell,

And at hour gates are all manner of ipleasant fruits,

jNew and old,

Which I have klaid up for thee, O my beloved.

KJV 1900

About King James Version

This King James Version is based upon the Pure Cambridge Edition first published around 1900. It has been carefully typeset to remove any typographical errors and accurately reflects the original text.

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