EXCLUSIVE – “SAUVAGES” by Benjamin Tejero.

SAUVAGES

An adonis walks and observes 
All wild wolves in the cedar forest 
A proud snake sits, twists and then rises 
Flawless impudence, however it indifferent 
When arrives the great male, salt-and-pepper hair 
Ideal musculature, mounts the sap. 
Follow the seductive boy to his lair 
Lying on the ground, to please him 
Flesh unfolds, beneficial caresses 
Bestial body, let him do
The bodies twist and then release 
Bye tender looks, disturbing atmosphere 
The time is no longer to romance, leave and remain silent 
Everyone on his way, in a contrary direction. 
They get lost.

POEM and ILLUSTRATIONS: Benjamin Tejero
TRANSLATION: Romain Bonnet