"I would like to adorn
your eyes with Spring's twilight and transform you into the food that
is devoured by my senses."
(Quisiera adornar tus ojos con el
crepúsculo de la primavera, y transformarte en el alimento que te
devora por mis sentidos.
So opens Rosario's poem
"Quisiera", like many of his poems filled with
deepest passions of the heart. With a poetic vision resonating
with the same spirits found in the works of Chilean born poet Pablo
Neruda, Persian poet Omar Khayyam, and Afghan/Persian poet Rumi,
Rosario manages to speak with a voice uniqueely his own. Many of
Rosario's works are filled with a tender eroticism, not lustful, but
filled with a combination of physical and spiritual desire that exists
in a kind of dreamworld of the heart where passion still exists
alongside innocence. In Rosario's works a kiss is often more than
just a sensual touch, but an expression of a deeper connecting between
souls that lasts all but too briefly, but leaves a lasting impression
within the heart.
~ Fiera Tenkiller