Job's final appeal to God includes this assertion of innocence:
I have covenanted with my eyes
Not to gaze on a maiden.—Job 31:1 (NJPS)
The ESV reads this as a rhetorical question:
I have made a covenant with my eyes; how then could I gaze at a virgin?
—Job 31:1 (ESV)
In either case, the covenant is between Job and his eyes. But I would have expected that he would avoid looking at another woman because of his covenant with his wife, i.e. his marriage. Is this a known metaphor for the marital promises? Is there some other reading that makes sense of this verse in some other way?