Interpretation of the Song of Songs
"The Song of Songs is like a woman who shines with beauty and enhances her natural beauty with a precious ornament, but who is pious in behavior, and secretly, has dispositions very contrary to the outward appearance. For eyes on such women arouses lust of the licentious, but the trials reveals her prudence, which does not match the tent outside. The same with this book: the expression, written in a more erotic form, seems to be the lure of lust for the unlearned, but the mind, discovering those who approach the austerity of mysteries, makes it easy to accept the difficulty of meaning, by the charm of expression and imitates the woman who uses beauty as a craft to teach restraint to young people, taking the form of beauty, but saving learning.
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