The History and Meaning of the 'Other' Lekha Dodi Poem(s)

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Shlomo Alkabetz’s poem Lekha dodi is one of the most famous works of kabbalistic poetry. Yet Alkabetz’s poem may not be the original version of Lekha dodi. An oftignored poem (poems ?) containing the same refrain, and two near-identical verses, was
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