Because you took me to bed, I love you. Because your sex wraps around me And my body falls out of myself Like a flower, I love you. Wisdom doubles itself like a germ, Adding body to body. Your eye Adds itself to my eye, and we go on seeing: New things, new newness. Cicadas, windfall, our braiding bodies-- Tender, joyful, awake in each other, Simple as forgetting. A slow-crawl cross, holy and mossy. Hesitant as a craving bee I explore you completely, Exhausting the tassels of sunlight, Removing valuable essences even by the powdery moon. And its lonely magnet unites us, crests in us. Stale, silly and small, I return to the gorgeous orchard of your arms. Your arms tensile and lively as if managing a sailboat. The heavy sail red, full of bloods, wombs. But agile anyway in the universe that blows it Before your face, in the front of the dawn, Your hair whipping!