My sister has come, my heart exults. My arms spread out to embrace her; My heart bounds in its place, Like the red fish in its pond. O night, be mine forever, Now that my queen has come! Ancient Egypt - Page 249edited by - 2003 - 256 pagesLimited preview
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...steals my heart in her embrace. She turns the head of every man, captivating him at sight. My beloved has come, my heart exults, My arms spread out to embrace...night, be mine forever, Now that my queen has come! How pleasant is mine hour! Might an hour only become for me eternity, when I sleep with thee. Thou...