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And I am always defenseless before That mouth, rose of May, Which says so much without words,.
see Which says the unmatchable word, That flower deliciously wanton, Blooming in Paris in the sun. You feel pangs of physical attraction, infatuation for the body, the lips. Translated by Mary Ann Caws. I want to sleep with you side by side Our hair intertwined Our sexes joined With your mouth for a pillow. I want to sleep with you back to back With no breath to part us No words to distract us No eyes to lie to us With no clothes on.
Marceline Desbordes-Valmore captures this sense of hope and pleasure with this beautiful poem. Translated by Louis Simpson. I wanted to bring you roses this morning. There were so many I wanted to bring, The knots at my waist could not hold so many. The knots burst. All the roses took wing, The air was filled with roses flying, Carried by the wind, into the sea.
The waves are red, as though they are burning. My dress still has the scent of the morning, Remembering roses. Smell them on me. The reason of those less strong is madness.
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