At its core, the Song of Songs is about good, old-fashioned lust. And no offense to the senior citizens in the crowd, but this is young love. Everything about these two is youthful—virginity, fertility, and heck, they're even described with words like "ruddy." Doesn't get fresher than that. And in case we missed the point, the author reinforces all the youthfulness with plenty of springtime images. Blossom, anyone?