I loved you with the same feeling
I had for the universe, for childhood,
A feeling which quivered in me for years,
And then vanished together with you.
Every possible peace I experience,
So that I haven't lost my footing.
I loved you with the same torment,
As the rising sun felt loving mother earth.
But what shall I do? You have shut
Every door to stop me getting in, and
Doubt niggled at you like a thousand husbands
In the unmade untidy bed of your dreams.
But one day God will enter the house
In the blue Crucifixion shirts of the evenings,
You'll have no-one by your side, and
Against your will you'll fall in love with me.
Astounded, I shall spread my arms out wide,
And when you greet me somewhere,
I shall yell, as white boats yell,
When at sea they come to be anchored by the shore.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem