Song of Solomon ends with ‘flight’ but in such a way that the act allows for multiple interpretations: suicide; "real" flight and then a wheeling attack on his "brother"; or "real" flight and then some kind of encounter with the (possibly) killing arms of his brother....
Never the less, no matter what you believe, within Song of Solomon, the suggestion is, that in order to "fly" you must go back to the beginning, back to your roots.
I just wanted you to know that I gave The Song of Solomon Devotional to my former Pastor's wife, who has become a widow in this last year. She said that she has never read such a wonderful and anointed study. She really loved doing it, and the Lord met her in so many wonderful ways.
This devotional study of the Song of Solomon places you dear Christian reader spiritually into the arms of your eternal Bridegroom, the Lord Jesus Christ. This whole Song is a revelation of His overwhelming love for you in a very personal way. In this devotional you must see yourself as the bride. In doing so you will be drawn into a more intimate relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
Much later on in the book is listening to a group of children singing "O Solomon done fly away/ Solomon done gone/ Solomon cut across the sky/ Solomon gone home."(3) In this song Sugarman, or Robert Smith, is replaced by Solomon, or the Great Grandfather of Milkman.
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"If Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man went underground, Toni Morrison's Milkman flies." I believe that Song of Solomon is a chilling novel that depicts the tragedy of how the lack of love and knowledge can ruin the lives of many.
In Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon the author provides examples in the background of the story that shows people with differential identities of the general identity of the minority group.