Ana Suite I saw you and I soon wanted you. Like a sucking hummingbird Your stream, I celebrated Love riding In a pity From myself In the Inner Unit From the improper saying Between entail and graces We laugh at each other Only you put me up Hugged after Wrapped in a prayer That we were looking for Do what we want The night encompassed And you laugh at the sun The charm of your being You rolled like a sunflower To me, to reap you. Bondage Slaving is living When everything erupts from you Sunshine that makes us see Time that does not corrupt Prayers hallelujah sing To the creation of your being In sharpening spells The treats of seeing you In a dream journey landed Boil the warm nights And it is transfigured there That the hours are valid. Lumen ardere The feeling prevails where lack of lucidity In the interpretation of the symbolic That surpasses us in tasty acidity In a melancholic and urban trance Sound characters can be seen Between plasma decompositions The hertzian curvature of the carbons Juxtaposes annoying cognitions And it is said in passing here present In the skewed prism that links We seek within us the fiery Daring moment that sets us on fire
Januário Esteves was born in Coruche and was raised near Costa da Caparica, Portugal. He graduated in electromechanical installations, uses the pseudonym Januanto
and writes poetry since the age of 16. In 1987 he published poems in the Jornal de Letras, and
participated over the years in some collective publications.