Bernhard Severin Ingemann

(1789-1862 / Denmark)

Sulamiths Sang mellem Blomsterne - Poem by Bernhard Severin Ingemann

Jeg er „Rosen fra Saron", Salomons Lyst,
Naar hans Blik til mit Øie sig klæber:
Hans Bryst har bævet mod Sulamiths Bryst,
Og hans Læber mod Sulamiths Læber.

Naar jeg hører hans Navn i Hyrdernes Sang
Og hans Hæder paa Jomfruers Tunger,
Min Mund er stum; men min Tanke har Klang,
Og i Sulamiths Hjerte det sjunger.

I dit Navn er der Storhed, Skjønhedens Søn!
Derfor elske dig Libanons Piger;
Den Sjæl, som elsker dig høiest iløn,
Kun til Roser og Lillier det siger.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, July 21, 2012


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