Madrigal Written In Winter - Pablo Neruda
In the depths of the deep sea,
in the night of long lists,
like a horse your silent
silent name runs past.
Lodge me at your back, oh shelter me,
appear to me in your mirror, suddenly,
upon the solitary, nocturnal pane,
sprouting from the dark behind you.
Flower of sweet total light,
bring to my call your mouth of kisses,
violent from separations,
resolute and delicate mouth.
Now then, in the long run,
from oblivion to oblivion the rails
reside with me, the cry of the rain:
what the dark night preserves.
Welcome me in the threadlike evening,
when at dusk it works upon
its wardrobe and in the sky a star
twinkles filled with wind.
Bring your substance deep down to me,
heavily, covering my eyes,
let your existence cut across me, supposing
that my heart is destroyed.