Hidden in the pages of time, the voice of a daughter long ignored is revealed with a faint whisper, jumping out from the pages of the Biblical story, Song of Solomon, retold. Abishag, the highly sought-after maiden of Israel, who went into the service of King David in his old age. Still, a virgin after David's death waits to find out if she will be wed to the new king, only to discover, much to her despair, the king has overlooked her. Has she been utterly forsaken by the new king, which has instead, fallen for a beautiful foreigner? Abishag now conspires with the women of the king's harem to come between the king and his new love. Will she finally receive the promise that she has waited so long to obtain? Let's take a brand-new look at the age-old story, as told through a chorus of the voice of Abishag, and the daughters of Jerusalem in Lilies Have Thorns.