I know! I can’t embrace you
But your warmth is ever felt in my bosom
When you shower from the above
From soft to hard
On my pouted and parted lips
Red with a blush,
On the velvety green and verdant bed.
You can’t be mine; I am in the know
But I am all yours
Hence, I always send you
As a dutiful, devoted eternal beloved:
Fragrance of flowers,
Grown in my heart
Flowing love condensed as vapor,
To quench your thirsty tongue
In the endless stretch of the barren sky.
Tethered to Time by Nature's laws
You plod and plough the fallow there
With rainbows making furrows
In the cosmic sand;
Greedy tenants hurt my back and belly,
Yet I feel only your scorching pain
In the palm of my hands
Holding the tears of the earthly land.