The Warm Shiver

The Warm Shiver

Scritto da © Carlo Gabbi – Gio, 16/06/2011 – 12:11

Sappiate che la poesia fu scritta da Gio

Io feci la traduzione!

To Gio as expression of my friendship

 

THE WARM SHIVER

Gypsy’s dance

Languishing movements

In embroidering passions

Gypsy’s kisses stealing passions,

While scarlet sensations

Are pure love’s embraces

Recalls of magic harmonies.

Close your eyes

So you’ll fill the sweet shivers

This can talk to your heart

 Ecstasies and melodies

They will forebode

An erotic Madrigal

In our sensual dance

Will have alighted

Colours of a sublime emotion

Of a warm love’s orgasm.

BRIVIDO CALDO 

Danza gitana

Languide movenze

Ricamano passione

Baci gitani rubano estasi

Mentre scarlatte sensazioni

Puro amplesso d’amore

Evocano magiche armonie

Chiudi gli occhi

Sentirai un dolce brivido

Che parlerà al cuore

Estasi e melodia

Saranno foriere

Di un Madrigale erotico

E la nostra danza dei sensi

Avrà i colori accesi

Di una sublime emozione

Caldo orgasmo di amore.

Published by carlogabbiwriter

Italian born, and living in Australia. I'm writing for the past 15 years in both Italian and English language. I pubblished my first book in USA and it's available with Amazon. I also wrote several long stories which are grouped under the name "A song of Love" and several other works available in my blog in Rosso Venexiano.

One thought on “The Warm Shiver

  1. Accentuata sensualità in questa splendida lirica, ove una danza sinuosa, accende ardenti emozioni, da vivere in un intenso amplesso.
    Notevole la traduzione dei versi.
    Buona giornata Carlo, silvia

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