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Shir Hashirim

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  1. Shir Hashirim 5 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB). 5 I am come into my gan (garden), my sister, my kallah; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice; I have eaten my honeycomb with my devash (honey); I have drunk my yayin with my cholov (milk): Eat, O friends; drink, yea, drink abundantly, dodim. 2 I sleep, but my lev waketh: it is the voice of dodi (my beloved) that knocketh, saying, .
  2. The Song of Songs(Shir ha-Shirim in Hebrew) is an unabashedly sensuous, even at times quite erotic, paean to love. Throughout its eight short chapters, an unnamed young man and young woman pursue one another through verdant fields and valleys lush with flowers. Their excitement to be together is palpable, captured in poetic stanzas like.
  3. Dec 03,  · Shir Hashirim is the Songs Of Songs (better known in English as the Song Of Solomon) so you might expect from the title and the cover that this release would fall at the "fleshly" end of Zorn's work. Fortunately panting and sighs are not amongst the sounds required of this vocal ensemble: instead we have a beautiful, rather restrained, textless 5/5(6).
  4. Oct 10,  · Directed by Henry Lynn. With Judel Dubinsky, Sam Goldenberg, Merele Gruber, Max Kletter. Reunited after a year apart, a couple is torn apart by their forbidden love in this follow-up to SCHOOLBOY raymostgelrantpomrentbigverszeljtreachelec.coinfoor: Henry Lynn.
  5. Shir Hashirim 7Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB) 7 How beautiful are thy feet in sandals, O prince’s daughter! Thy graceful legs are like jewels, ma’aseh yedei amon (the work of the hands of an artist, see Prov ).
  6. יִשָּׁקֵ֙נִי֙ מִנְּשִׁיק֣וֹת פִּ֔יהוּ כִּֽי־טוֹבִ֥ים דֹּדֶ֖יךָ מִיָּֽיִן׃ Oh, give me of the kisses of your mouth, For your love is more delightful than wine.
  7. Shir Hashirim 8 Orthodox Jewish Bible (OJB). 8 O that thou were like my brother, that nursed the breasts of immi (my mother)! Then, if I should find thee outside, I would kiss thee; yea, and no one would look down on me. 2 I would lead thee, and bring thee into bais immi [see ].Thou wouldest instruct me; I would cause thee to drink of spiced yayin and the nectar of my .

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