Antonio Justel Rodriguez


...from your body to my body, Phoenicia, lightning;
from my body to yours a river, a kiss in a gale, a tide;
…oh, how I have loved you, and how much!
Do you remember that tremor of open roses,
And what ambrosia did the fury of my breath detect in your breasts?
...yes, it's hard to remember you and not get a beautiful moment
of light through memory;
…we were a man and a woman, a breath, a rumor, a song,
a single and pure echo, do you remember?
we went once;
…until dawn on any given day when the dogs barked,
and, without tiring, they barked, barked, and barked all night;
The moon was still shining when, close to dawn,
The pack went away with death.
Antonio Justel/Orion of Panthoseas

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Published on on 02/26/2024.


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