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SOLOMON'S CANTICLE OF CANTICLES: Chapter 4


Christ sets forth the graces of his spouse: and declares his love for her.

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41How beautiful art thou, my love, how beautiful art thou! thy eyes are doves' eyes, besides what is hid within. Thy hair is as flocks of goats, which come up from mount Galaad.quam pulchra es amica mea quam pulchra es oculi tui columbarum absque eo quod intrinsecus latet capilli tui sicut greges caprarum quae ascenderunt de monte Galaad
42Thy teeth as flocks of sheep, that are shorn, which come up from the washing, all with twins, and there is none barren among them.dentes tui sicut greges tonsarum quae ascenderunt de lavacro omnes gemellis fetibus et sterilis non est inter eas
43Thy lips are as a scarlet lace: and thy speech sweet. Thy cheeks are as a piece of a pomegranate, besides that which lieth hid within.sicut vitta coccinea labia tua et eloquium tuum dulce sicut fragmen mali punici ita genae tuae absque eo quod intrinsecus latet
44Thy neck, is as the tower of David, which is built with bulwarks: a thousand bucklers hang upon it, all the armour of valiant men.sicut turris David collum tuum quae aedificata est cum propugnaculis mille clypei pendent ex ea omnis armatura fortium
45Thy two breasts like two young roes that are twins, which feed among the lilies.duo ubera tua sicut duo hinuli capreae gemelli qui pascuntur in liliis
46Till the day break, and the shadows retire, I will go to the mountain of myrrh, and to the hill of frankincense.donec adspiret dies et inclinentur umbrae vadam ad montem murrae et ad collem turis
47Thou art all fair, O my love, and there is not a spot in thee.tota pulchra es amica mea et macula non est in te
48Come from Libanus, my spouse, come from Libanus, come: thou shalt be crowned from the top of Amana, from the top of Sanir and Hermon, from the dens of the lions, from the mountains of the leopards.veni de Libano sponsa veni de Libano veni coronaberis de capite Amana de vertice Sanir et Hermon de cubilibus leonum de montibus pardorum
49Thou hast wounded my heart, my sister, my spouse, thou hast wounded my heart with one of thy eyes, and with one hair of thy neck.vulnerasti cor meum soror mea sponsa vulnerasti cor meum in uno oculorum tuorum et in uno crine colli tui
410How beautiful are thy breasts, my sister, my spouse! thy breasts are more beautiful than wine, and the sweet smell of thy ointments above all aromatical spices.quam pulchrae sunt mammae tuae soror mea sponsa pulchriora ubera tua vino et odor unguentorum tuorum super omnia aromata
411Thy lips, my spouse, are as a dropping honeycomb, honey and milk are under thy tongue; and the smell of thy garments, as the smell of frankincense.favus distillans labia tua sponsa mel et lac sub lingua tua et odor vestimentorum tuorum sicut odor turis
412My sister, my spouse, is a garden enclosed, a garden enclosed, a fountain sealed up.hortus conclusus soror mea sponsa hortus conclusus fons signatus
413Thy plants are a paradise of pomegranates with the fruits of the orchard. Cypress with spikenard.emissiones tuae paradisus malorum punicorum cum pomorum fructibus cypri cum nardo
414Spikenard and saffron, sweet cane and cinnamon, with all the trees of Libanus, myrrh and aloes with all the chief perfumes.nardus et crocus fistula et cinnamomum cum universis lignis Libani murra et aloe cum omnibus primis unguentis
415The fountain of gardens: the well of living waters, which run with a strong stream from Libanus.fons hortorum puteus aquarum viventium quae fluunt impetu de Libano
416Arise, O north wind, and come, O south wind, blow through my garden, and let the aromatical spices thereof flow.surge aquilo et veni auster perfla hortum meum et fluant aromata illius
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