Following the division of three verses of Shir HaShirim per week:
[8. This, your stature, is like a palm tree, and your breasts are like clusters [of dates].
10. And your palate is like the best wine, that glides down smoothly to my beloved, making the lips of the sleeping speak."
Verse 10 speaks of revelation, like that of Lag Ba'omer:
The verses of Shir HaShirim of this week also focus on wine, which is a metaphor for the inner secrets of the Torah. Those secrets are what gave life to the Jewish people in difficult times when they were spiritually asleep, bringing them back to life, making their “lips speak.” This is very much related to Lag Ba’Omer and the inner secrets of the Kabbalah revealed by Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, as discussed in the previous week. It also appears connected to the healing qualities of the month of Iyar.