"We Should Talk About This Problem"
Hafez (Khwāja Šamsu d-Dīn Muḥammad Hāfez-e Šīrāzī)
There is a Beautiful Creature
Living in a hole you have dug.
So at night
I set fruit and grains
And little pots of wine and milk
Beside your soft earthen mounds,
And I often sing.
But still, my dear,
You do not come out.
I have fallen in love with Someone
Who hides inside you.
We should talk about this problem—
I will never leave you alone.
The poem is Persian from the 14th century, but I have no idea who translated this or when. Do you know?