ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

Rookie (MARZO 26 DE 1952 / BUENAVENTURA - COLOMBIA)

I Don´t Know Where You Are - Poem by ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA

I don´t know where you are, but I miss you.
Maybe my heart didn´t love you enough,
but my body wanted yours lustfully,
every time that it felt your presence.

Physically I don´t know where you are,
but I know perfectly
the place where you live in my soul.
You live in my beautiful memories
and in my afternoon of melancholy!
Sometimes I go there to meet with your soul
and remember the wonderful moments that we shared
in our moments of madness in the dimness of my room
and in your house's surroundings.

Oh wonderful times!
When youth smiled us and the university was the excuse..

I don´t know where you are but I miss you.
I believe the love bloomed in your life again
because a soul like yours is destined to be loved eternally.

I don´t know where you are, but I miss you.
I want to see you one more time before leaving.
Perhaps my heart didn´t love you enough,
but my skin wished for you eagerly.

You are already only the memory of a beautiful dream
that couldn´t be true.
I don´t know where you are but I miss you.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 21, 2004



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