ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA
Woman - Poem by ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA
I have loved you, I love you and I will love you.
Allow me to drink in your mouth the elixir of life.
Allow me to enter in your being's depth
and to be what I have always wanted to be.
Allow me to feel in you the presence of God.
Do you remember?
That time when I gave you a kiss
for the first time,
as you sweat and your body trembled
in the face of my impetuosity and audacity.
and yet I wanted to feel your trembling.
I have loved you and I will love you.
God willing (or not)
we can share sweaty kisses in another sky.
I only know that you are only for me!
Who has not said that to see oneself in your eyes
is similar to traveling to the infinite
and to feel the warmth of the home of the Almighty
saying welcome to me, to all who know to appreciate
the beauty of those eyes,
the glance of an instant, the wonder of life.
I love you, I have loved you and I will love you!
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