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MARCELINE DESBORDES-VALMORE: The Awakening

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MARCELINE DESBORDES-VALMORE: The Awakening

 

 

On this bed of reeds, how can I sleep yet?

I feel the scented air, scroll around you.

Your mouth is devouring a flower aroma.

approached, my darling, and others that do not burn me.

Wake up, wake up!

 

BACIO.1But this breath of love, I wish that this kiss

yet I dare not take it from your lips;

granted by your heart will double my life.

Your sleep is prolonged and you make me die.

I dare not take it.

 

SOLEDIETRONUVOLE.1Come on! Under the banana trees we will find the shadow.

Seeing the birds will sing our love.

The sun hides behind a cloud jealous.

and only in your eyes that I try the day:

shine on love.

 

BOCCA.1No, no, you do not sleep more, share my passion

your kisses are the honey that gives us the flowers.

Your heart has longed for, come to seek my soul?

she wanders over my mouth and want to dry your tears.

Hide me under the flowers

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