I ask if I'm wise
When I awaken
The danger between his thighs,
Or if I'm wrong
When my kisses prepare only a trenchn his throat.
I know that war is probable;
Because a red geranium has blossomed open.
Please, don't point your weapons
At the sky:
The sparrows are terrorised,
And it's raining, the meadows are ruminating.
Please, you'll melt the moon,
The only night light of the poor.
It's not that I'm afraid,
Or a coward,
I'd do everything for my homeland;
But don't argue so much over your nuclear missiles,
Because something horrible is happening
And I haven't had time enough to love.
[This was also placed on our bed one night while we were at dinner. I swear, we laughed for an hour after reading this one. To be honest, I still can't read through the whole thing without laughing out loud. Also - please note I have copied the poems exactly as they were written; no spelling mistakes were corrected]