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Geneva Bible (1599): Song of Solomon 2

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1 I am the rose of the fielde, and the lilie of the valleys.

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2 Like a lilie amog the thornes, so is my loue among the daughters.

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3 Like the apple tree among the trees of the forest, so is my welbeloued among the sonnes of men: vnder his shadow had I delite, and sate downe: and his fruite was sweete vnto my mouth.

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4 Hee brought mee into the wine cellar, and loue was his banner ouer me.

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5 Stay me with flagons, and comfort me with apples: for I am sicke of loue.

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6 His left hande is vnder mine head, and his right hand doeth imbrace me.

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7 I charge you, O daughters of Ierusalem, by the roes and by the hindes of the fielde, that ye stirre not vp, nor waken my loue, vntill she please.

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8 It is the voyce of my welbeloued: beholde, hee commeth leaping by the mountaines, and skipping by the hilles.

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9 My welbeloued is like a roe, or a yong hart: loe, he standeth behinde our wall, looking forth of the windowes, shewing him selfe through the grates.

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10 My welbeloued spake and said vnto me, Arise, my loue, my faire one, and come thy way.

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11 For beholde, winter is past: the raine is changed, and is gone away.

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12 The flowers appeare in the earth: the time of the singing of birdes is come, and the voyce of the turtle is heard in our land.

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13 The figtree hath brought foorth her yong figges: and the vines with their small grapes haue cast a sauour: arise my loue, my faire one, and come away.

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14 My doue, that art in the holes of ye rocke, in the secret places of the staires, shewe mee thy sight, let mee heare thy voyce: for thy voyce is sweete, and thy sight comely.

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15 Take vs the foxes, the little foxes, which destroy the vines: for our vines haue small grapes.

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16 My welbeloued is mine, and I am his: hee feedeth among the lilies,

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17 Vntil the day breake, and the shadowes flee away: returne, my welbeloued, and be like a roe, or a yong hart vpon the mountaines of Bether.

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