The Secret Doctrine of Being Beautiful

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Again, O Shulamite, Dance Again

(7.1) Again, o Shulamite, dance again, that we may watch you dancing!
(7.2) Why do you gaze at the Shulamite as she whirls down the rows of dancers? O noblemans daughter The gold of your thigh shaped by a master craftsman
(7.3) Your navel is the moon's bright drinking cup may it brim with wine!
(7.4) Your belly is mound of wheat edged with lilies your breasts are two fawns, twins of a gazelle.
Song Solomon 3
from: Song of Solomon


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