Song of Solomon 6
The Beloved and His Friends
13 Return, return, O Shulamite;
Return, return, that we may look upon you!

The Shulamite
What would you see in the Shulamite—
As it were, the dance of [d]the two camps?

The idea is of the speakers calling out to a departing chariot. They wanted the maiden to return so that they might continue enjoying her beauty and goodness, now made more beautiful because of the lovingly restored relationship she enjoyed.

As it were, the dance of the two camps: This statement is difficult to understand. Perhaps it refers to a literal dance, as if the maiden was dancing and calling out to the on looking Daughters of Jerusalem. Others emphasize the idea of two camps and think it refers to the internal battle of the soul and is a mention of the inner battles the maiden has fought and is fighting.