Hi. No problems. I do not think that Rilke should be accorded any more respect for trying to impersonate (particularly particularly in a lengthy poem) a world-class universally acknowledged genius such as Sappho was admitted to be, than say, really serious male scholars like M.L. West and Armand D'angour, who have worked on merely one or three line "restorations" of a possible "end" to Fragment 31. Do Translate Rilke fairly.
Great as Rilke very often was, he was emphatically not a woman nor an archaic Aeolic Greek aristocrat nor the inhabitant of the physical body of Sappho with Sappho's needs and obvious affections.