Sometimes I get up at daybreak thirsty Flecks of dreams stuck to my nighclothes And go look at the children in their beds
"Adélia Prado follows no trends, mostly stays at home, and is read all over Brazil". Adélia Luzia Prado Freitas (born December 13, 1935), is a Brazilian poet and writer.
The full poem quoted from above is called Murmur and is available translated in These are not sweet girls: poetry by Latin American women. Edited by Marjorie Agosin from White Pine Press 1994/ 2001.
Read more about Adélia Prado here in an interview with Bomb magazine http://bombsite.com/articles/2289
And more of Adélia Prado's poems translated into English can be found here: http://www.antoniomiranda.com.br/poesia_ingles/adelia_prado.html