Paul Curtis's sensual poems rely on sensuous language and visual imagery to paint vivid and often titillating pictures of the love, lust and passion that ignites in both long-term relationships and fleeting romantic encounters. More sexy than sexual, the sensual and sensuous love poems provide a gentle and tentative introduction to Paul's erotic poetry.
A gentle introduction to Paul's more intimate and intense love poems.
The first of two poems on a sartorial theme.
A gentleman is tantalised by his encounter with a seductive woman wearing a glamorous black silk dress, and little else.
She has the ability to make pulses race with her shapely body and come to bed eye.
The sight of a beautiful young girl who is celebrating her 21st birthday arouses the passion of rather older admirer.
Things are hotting up, although it's still left to the imaginations for fill in the gaps.
Just eleven words make up this poem which speaks volumes about sexual congress.
The daily commute is enlivened by an attractive fellow passenger who holds so many possibilities.
A slightly deflating poem, in so much as the object of desire is not all she seems..
A lakeside nocturnal adventure merges fantasy and reality.
A sensuous poem which mixes passion, intensity and a air of fantasy.
Guaranteed arousal for geography teachers and a great deal for others to enjoy.
A gentle and understated poem about the visual delights afforded by a woman in a flimsy summer dress.
Automotive metaphors abound in Paul's poem about Big Mo, the high performance girl.
A stunningly endowed girl catches the attention of an onlooker who finds himself entranced..
An scene of post-coital contentment which is both sensuous and sensitive.
An commuter follows a plainly dressed and androgynous girl on his walk to work, but a glimpse of her face convinces him he needs to get to know her better.
A poem of yearning for someone who will forever remain unattainable.
A poem of unvoiced desires and understated sensuality.
A poem about an appreciative audience and a beauty revelling in being observed.
A poem about a high-born lady who has a host of endearing and sometimes contradictory characteristics.