The Epic of Gilgamesh
"You loved Ishullanu, your father's date gardener,
who continually brought you baskets of dates,
and brightened your table daily.
You raised your eyes to him, and you went to him:
'Oh my Ishullanu, let us taste of your strength,
stretch out your hand to me, and touch our vulva.'" (6.62-77)
"May you not be able to make a household,
and not be able to love a child of your own (?)!
May you not dwell in the … of girls,
may dregs of beer (?) stain your beautiful lap,
may a drunk soil your festal robe with vomit (?), (7.94-98)
Let my mouth which has cursed you, now turn to bless you!
May governors and nobles love you,
May he who is one league away bite his lip (in anticipation of you),
may he who is two leagues away shake out his locks (in preparation)!
May the soldier not refuse you, but undo his buckle for you,
may he give you rock crystal(?), lapis lazuli, and gold,
may his gift to you be earrings of filigree(?)." (7.138-151)