Paul Curtis's love poems are neither soppy nor overly sentimental, but rather a series of tender and sensitive poems which explore true, deep, romantic love in all its many splendoured plumage.
Tender and romantic, I Never Knew is a poem about a young lover's dreams of another.
A poetic prostestation of true love which appears to be a rather one sided bargain.
Just the merest hint of titillation in a poem which describes a couple enjoying a session of liberating, al fresco love making.
A poem about the nature of true love which is beautiful in its simplicity.
Love and lust, so often two sides of the same coin, conflict and then resolve themselves.
A scene of post-coital contentment in which, all passion spent, simply lying together represents complete harmony for a couple.
A poem about a whirlwind romance which leads to marriage, Cupid's Beau interweaves passion and deep romantic love.
Guardian is a rhyming poem about the redemptive qualities of love.
Quasi-erotic in tone, You're Mine can be read either as a poem about obsessive, possessive love, or as a touching testament to true love.
Petite, red haired, blue eyed, graceful... Jane is both an angelic figure and an object of desire.
A romantic poem as costume drama, in which social class forms a unbridgeable divide between the secret admirer and the woman he so deeply desires.
A couple look back over the six months that have passed since they first met and forward to their wedding day, two months hence. Six Months is a romantic love poem which tempers optimism with realism.
A dispassionately passionate poem about achieving a state of unity in a relationship.
A poem about a slowly burning love which is poised to ignite.
A kaleidoscopic love poem in which the colours of a rainbow illustrate the elements that make up an ideal romantic relationship.
A romantic poem in which the author likens his life to a book which only truly come to life with the entrance of a very special character.
A love poem which hovers tantalisingly between reality and a dream-like state.
A heartfelt poem about the feeling of security that being in love brings.
Each verse of this long, languid love poem begins with the line I tell you that I love you.