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  • How sweet is your love, my sister, my bride! How delicious is your love more than wine, and the fragrance of your perfume, than any spice! (Song of Solomon 4, 10)

  • I have come to my garden, my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with spices, I have eaten my honey and my honeycomb, I have drunk my milk and my wine. Friends, eat and drink! Drink your fill, my dearest ones! (Song of Solomon 5, 1)

  • Your navel is a bowl well-rounded, never lacking exquisitely blended wine. Your belly is a mound of wheat with lilies around it. (Song of Solomon 7, 3)

  • I said, "I will climb the palm tree and take hold of its fruits." May your breasts be clusters of the vine, your breath sweet-scented as apples, and your mouth like the best wine. (Song of Solomon 7, 9)

  • May the wine flow straight to my lover, flowing over from my lips. (Song of Solomon 7, 10)

  • I would lead and bring you into the house of my mother, and you would teach me there. I would give you wine with spice and the juice of my pomegranates. (Song of Solomon 8, 2)

  • Never sit near a married woman or drink wine with her, for fear that your feelings towards her be roused and that in your passion you slide towards your downfall. (Ecclesiasticus 9, 9)

  • Do not abandon an old friend, for a new one has not the same value. New wine, new friend; let them mature, then you will enjoy them with pleasure. (Ecclesiasticus 9, 10)

  • Wine and women corrupt the best of men; whoever frequents prostitutes loses all sense of shame. (Ecclesiasticus 19, 2)

  • Do not try to show how much wine you can take, for wine has been the ruin of many. (Ecclesiasticus 31, 25)

  • As the furnace tests the temper of steel, so wine proves hearts and makes proud men quarrel. (Ecclesiasticus 31, 26)

  • Wine is life for man if taken in moderation. What is life without wine? (Ecclesiasticus 31, 27)

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