A further collection of humorous love poems from the pen of Paul Curtis. From an alluring creature espied in church to the romantic possibilities of a female cellist, the poems focus on the lighter side of human love and the libido.
Light and fluffy, cute and cuddly, it's a romantic poem to bring a twinkle to your eye. Less an intellectually challenging poem, more a poem for the intellectually challenged.
A man speculates rather wildly about when and with whom he’ll fall in love.
The sight of a beautiful maiden across a crowded church proves something of a distraction for the author in this poem which mixes the humorous with the mildly sensuous.
A young man finally overcomes his nerves and plucks up courage to speak to the girl he waits each morning with at the bus stop.
A love poem that begins You are simply the bee’s knees could go one of two ways, but as I've plonked it in the humorous love poetry category, you’re probably safe.
A touchingly simple or simply touching poem offering a small degree of solace to those who have been unlucky (or ill treated) in love.
Beds are not just for sleeping in… …there's also dozing, and dreaming, and a great deal more besides.
Is it the embodiment self-deprecating humour? Or a gently amorous poem about a loved one whose modestly borders on naivety?
A poem which is simultaneously light and fluffy, dark and mysterious.
A poem which mixes business with pleasure, age with beauty and thoughts best left unspoken.