Friday, November 21, 2008

Introduction (1)

Part 1: Pardess Rimonim (פרדס רימונים)

Literally translated as “A Pomegranate Grove” or “An Orchard of Pomegranates” (Persian: "باغ انار"), this mellifluous expression appears as such in “The Song of Songs”, also known as “The Song of Solomon”, one of the thirteen books that form the third section of the Hebrew Bible, i.e. Ketuvim or “The Writings”. There [4:12-13], the male voice praises his beloved in the sweetest of words, in part describing her as “a locked garden” whose “shoots (or fields, depending on the translation) are like an orchard of pomegranates.”

[A list of referenced sources will be included with the last post of the Introduction.]

3 comments:

کامران said...

مبارکا باشه پیمان جان
چه خوشگله. چه رنگ و رویی.
دومادش کنی ایشالا، ما رو هم عروسی دعوت کنی.
شادم کردی، خدام شادت کنه

کامی

Mahnaz said...

Wow! Beautiful with a capital B! I can't wait to see what you have in store for us.
B'Hatslakhah,

Mahnaz

Kourosh said...

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