“Let us get up early to the vineyards; let us see whether the grapevine has budded, whether its blossoms have opened, if the pomegranate is in flower…” Song of Songs 7:13
This rich and joyous illumination works especially well for lovers, for weddings, for anniversaries, even births—the bringing of two beloveds together into one. It is also a wonderful piece for newly ordained clergy.
It is a song of spring, of fullness and vibrancy—a celebration of potential. The Garden of Eden is its setting. It can speak of relationship with God or another human being; all meanings are contained within the Song of Songs.