The main squeezes in Song of Songs aren't just lovebirds, they're super-hot lovebirds. Oh, and to top it off, they're frolicking amidst an outbreak of some major natural beauty. It's springtime in Israel, and we're pretty sure that's no coincidence. With all those natural metaphors, the lovers and their natural surroundings are basically combined into one thing of beauty. Oh, poetry.
Questions About Beauty
Are there moments when you can't tell the different between the descriptions of the lovers and the descriptions of nature?
Do the lovers praise each other for anything other than beauty?
Are the bride and groom equally as beautiful? Does it matter?