Juan Varela

Rookie (October 6,1967 / El Valle, Dominican Republic)

Too Much Too Soon - Poem by Juan Varela

Devoid of planning
the encounter
meeting of two yen bodies
seeking a definition
programmed chance
by years of adjourn
in the light and shade
in the shadow and sun

One day smile and even kiss
another the oblivion
and after more nothingness
the return
and taste sweeter then
your kiss
the cause and reason to wait
motive that avoid my lips
attune to other lips
after try out yours

And tonight
one more of the cycles
but more profound
intimate and bodily
that made us flap
farther than the control
of our brainy wings
odd sensation
so sturdy
that we might not bear entirety
and we set aside the surplus
for tomorrow
for the uncertain
‘cause pertaining to you
and your freedom
I only dare to imply with coyness
that you will not be remorse to cross
the frontier to climax
and that you have as well
the liberty
to flood back to my arms
that linger on you lastingly
eager to conclude the bliss moans
and to attest
that what today you dub
too much too soon
it is only the activation
of a countless love

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 13, 2005

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