A further selection of exotic and erotic love poems by English poet Paul Curtis. The poems are titillating, tantalising, sensual and sexually charged, but seldom graphic in their depiction of sex.
From fellatio to cunnilingus and a beautifully rendered poem about this most intimate of acts.
A poem about lust more than love, which is written from a peculiarly male viewpoint.
Dancing is described as the vertical expression of a horizontal intention, but in Dance For Me That Dance all the bumping and grinding is all horizontal.
A man encountering with a shapely girl is treated with disdain, but circumstance affords a glimpse of what might have been.
Body language speaks volumes when it comes to the mating game.
A poem about an act of fellatio which is perhaps more graphic than erotic.
A poems which is perhaps more sensual than erotic, except for the authors focus on the youthfulness of the girl he lusts after.
A beautifully rendered depiction of a woman enjoying her first lesbian sexual experience.
A second, rather more graphic account of lesbian love making.
A rather blunt depiction of casual sex in the most incongruous of settings.