I loved you so much last night!
You loved me absent.
I kissed you so much last night!
You looked at me absent.
I adored you without thinking of you physically. I kissed you without feeling myself on your face. I looked at you without a look and without the sun.
And is that possible, beloved?
Ask that cloud that crossed my dream and rested in your soul.
That rested in my soul?
Carried by the breeze, with the last note of my life in a song.
And the breeze, what did it do when it felt you in its meadows?
With confused eyes, it witnessed my invasion.
And it didn’t want to kiss you?
Its lips didn’t reach my heart in flower. It should have seen my face in a smile of water, with you in the emotion.
And thus you arrived, beloved?
Thus I looked at your soul, I kissed your smile, and adored your illusion
Although many nights have separated us, through time and space, I feel you tonight
And although it is he whose arms hold me now, it is you who surrounds me
As in so many nights spent skin to skin, heart to heart
Legs tangled, sweat dripping from your hard body
Falling asleep to the rhythm of two hearts beating as one
And I whisper that I love you
Realizing how deeply your soul is embedded in mine
O, hey, man who has burned my lips with the sparking flames of kisses. Have you seen anything in the depth of my two silent eyes of the secret of this madness? Do you have any idea that, in my heart, I hid a dream of your love? Do you have any idea that of this hidden love, I had a raging fire on my soul? They have said that the woman is a mad woman who gives kisses freely from her lips. Yes, but from your lips bestow life on my dead lips. May the thought of reputation never be in my head. This is I who seek you for satisfaction in this way. I crave a solitude and your embrace. I crave a solitude and the lips of a cup. An opportunity far from the eyes of others to pour you a goblet from the wine of life. A bed I want of red roses so that one night I may give you intoxication. O, hey, man who has burned my lips with the flames of kisses. This is a book without conclusion, and you have read only a brief page.