Song of Songs just might be my favorite book in the Bible. I’m not sure it has a verse that tops Ezekiel 23:20, but I’m really enjoying Song of Songs which is rare for any book in the Bible.
“I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride;” – Song of Songs 5:1
You came in your sister? Um.
“I have drunk my wine and my milk.” – Song of Songs 5:1
To each their own. I’m not going to kink shame.
“My head is drenched with dew, my hair with the dampness of the night.” – Song of Songs 5:2
Yeah, ‘dew’ means something else in this verse.
“I have taken off my robe—must I put it on again?” – Song of Songs 5:3
You’re still wearing a robe? After all that has happened in this book thus far?
“My beloved thrust his hand through the latch-opening;” – Song of Songs 5:4
Again…no kink shaming. Some people like fisting.
“I arose to open for my beloved, and my hands dripped with myrrh,” – Song of Songs 5:5
Pure erotic fiction at this point.
“I opened for my beloved, but my beloved had left; he was gone.” – Song of Songs 5:6
Dude. That is not how you take care of a woman!
“My beloved is radiant and ruddy,” – Song of Songs 5:10
Ruddy means to have a red color. Your beloved has a sunburn. Stay in the shade!
LOL! What an interesting chapter! Erotic fiction at its biblical finest. LOL!
Coming Soon: Song of Songs – Chapter 6: Untitled