ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

Rookie (MARZO 26 DE 1952 / BUENAVENTURA - COLOMBIA)

Come - Poem by ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

Myriam
Woman's name.
divine creature,
your being's whiteness and the divinity of your soul-
it surrounded my existence.
come my love!
walk to my side, toward the sea
Look!
God is calling us
Look! Myriam!
help me with the load,
come!
the night already comes closer
come!
the night already is here.
come!
Lay down to my side
and let me enjoy the divine pleasure of love.
come Myriam!
the night already left!

In the distance the sun shines among the morning clouds,
the sound of the sea and fluttering of the birds
announce that the day just arrived!
come!
Let us walk together until you feel
that you are an integral part of my life and of the universe
Look! Myriam
We are together and we have become
by divine will- a hermaphrodite
in order to live in you and that you live inside me
for the rest of the centuries.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 21, 2004



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