Song of Solomon 2:11
11‘For behold, the winter is past,
         The rain is over and gone.

12‘The flowers have already appeared in the land;
         The time has arrived for pruning the vines,
         And the voice of the turtledove has been heard in our land.

13‘The fig tree has ripened its figs,
         And the vines in blossom have given forth their fragrance.
         Arise, my darling, my beautiful one,
         And come along!’”

14“O my dove, in the clefts of the rock,
         In the secret place of the steep pathway,
         Let me see your form,
         Let me hear your voice;
         For your voice is sweet,
         And your form is lovely.”

15“Catch the foxes for us,
         The little foxes that are ruining the vineyards,
         While our vineyards are in blossom.”

16“My beloved is mine, and I am his;
         He pastures his flock among the lilies.

17“Until the cool of the day when the shadows flee away,
         Turn, my beloved, and be like a gazelle
         Or a young stag on the mountains of Bether.”

NASB ©1995

Parallel Verses
American Standard Version
For, lo, the winter is past; The rain is over and gone;

Douay-Rheims Bible
For winter is now past, the rain is over and gone.

Darby Bible Translation
For behold, the winter is past, The rain is over, it is gone:

English Revised Version
For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone;

Webster's Bible Translation
For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone.

World English Bible
For, behold, the winter is past. The rain is over and gone.

Young's Literal Translation
For lo, the winter hath passed by, The rain hath passed away -- it hath gone.
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