Desire

In Art, Culture, Art, Culture and Poetry

 

Julie Sopetrán.
By Julie Sopetrán

(Spanish poet)

Desire

In your sweet face everything is beautiful

because I look at death, I’m happy;

when I contemplate you, emotions give me strength

if I see in your eyes my sparkle.

Life plays with those

who die by the lives they live;

With a dreamy minty gaze

and I’m starting to consume you by your neck…

My tongue sweetens if I look at you

little tasteful skulls of many flavors,

I feel sorry if I break you, if you shine,

the sugar brighten my sigh,

sequins of snow in its glow:

death is the color that seduces me.

 

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