Treasure Island

Artur Azevedo

(7 July 1855 - 22 October 1908 / Maranhão)

Por Decoro


Quando me esperas, palpitando amores,
E os grossos lábios úmidos me estendes,
E do teu corpo cálido desprendes
Desconhecido olor de estranhas flores;

Quando, toda suspiros e fervores,
Nesta prisão de músculos te prendes,
E aos meus beijos de sátiro te rendes,
Furtando as rosas as púrpureas cores;

Os olhos teus, inexpressivamente,
Entrefechados, lânguidos, tranquilos,
Olham, meu doce amor, de tal maneira,

Que, se olhassem assim, publicamente,
Deveria, perdoa-me, cobri-los
Uma discreta folha de parreira.

Submitted: Monday, June 04, 2012
Edited: Monday, June 04, 2012

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