Līlāvaī 858

ता सुक्कपाअवब्भंतरुग्गओ हुअवहो व्व मह मअणो ।
चिंतासमीरणुद्दीविओ व्व हिअअम्मि पज्जलिओ ॥

Then, like a fire that has shot up
into the branches of a dry tree,
desire ignited within my heart,
inflamed by the wind of anxious thought.

From Kōūhala’s Līlāvaī, when the titular character tells her friend, Vicittalēhā, about the effect that a sexual dream has had on her.