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The Best of 2013

Horrible Erotikishka Pomes
by Various Authors

Kisses Crops and Canes
by Ashley Lister

Kneel and Worship
by Ashley Lister

Sonnet 18+
by Ashley Lister

antecedent obliteration
by john e

It Slips Away
by john e

Your clothes
by john e

Sum of Parts
by Lisabet Sarai

Falls to Mabon
by Nettie Kestler

Scars
by Nettie Kestler

Undressing
by Nettie Kestler

In Suspension
by Rachel Green

That Old Refrain
by Rose B. Thorny

Boomzooboom
by Sybil Rush

undressing
by Valentine Bonnaire



Archives

Haiku 2012
by Various Authors

Haiku 2001
by Various Authors

Limericks 2012
by Various Authors

Limericks 2007
by Various Authors

Micropoetry
by Various Authors


By john e
The Voyeur Leaves
Acorns and Moss
Molly Was Not...
Doing Without
Stopover
subtext
A Sometimes Belligerent Prosody


By Nick Nicholson
Watermark
All Days Valentine


By Nikki Isaak
Firewheels
24/7


By Raziel Moore
Does poetry have rules?
Where is my poetry?

Poetry

Truly Horrible Erotikishka Pomes

 

crazy poeryOne of the writers at ERWA posted a technically perfect villanelle which hied us back to the artistic squabbles between Alexander Pope and Colley Cibber.  It reminded us that poetry has been used for satire, burlesque and now we're presenting it to parody erotic tropes. ERWA poetry editor, Nettie Kestler, put out a call to make a mock of the ovaries, outrage the rageous, and put the dog back into doggerel (No animals were harmed in this event.  Only sentient dogs were allowed in the doggerel.  Bestiality is not appropriate at this forum). She asked the writers to try out domininating a Grey-Dom voice using a Hudibrastic verse form or to get randy with a werewolf by applying a perfect Kireji in the Haiku form.  The high-brow discussions were to reflect upon the art-is-tree of The Sonnet of "Twi-Right" (step-twins only, please).  And yes, "epigram" is a form, so that was considered as well.

The work we present in this special section will pussy-whip the readers' eyes with cunny-cliches!  Abominate your asses with abstractions!  They've super-glued the shards of their souls back together with their bleedin' harts (mounting their does, of course, in appropriate M/F, and biologically appropriate jointure).  We let ourselves go like we were at a keg party with a beer slide... erm... no, wrong venue.  Pardon me. The bar was set very low for this edition.  And in it you will find, rhymed or unrhymed, verse  just not free verse.  We like bondage here.


Two Ottava Rima
by Ashley Lister 2013

We vow tonight will be an early night
We both have work to do tomorrow morn
But now, before I kill the bedroom light
I plead for you to tend to my hard horn.
The mood is set. The time seems very right.
We're both fired up from watching hardcore porn
I do those things you tell me you adore
And then I stop 'cos you've started to snore.

~

We did it whilst you cooked a sweet 'n' sour
We did it on the table in the kitchen
We did it whilst I read King's The Dark Tower
We did it whilst you sewed and did some stitchin'
We did it in the bathroom in the shower
We did it even though your crotch was itchin'
On that morning we earned a world renown
To kill time whilst our ISP was down

Acrosticrap
by Rose B. Thorny 2013

Thighs wide opens
Hairy balls bouncing
In beat-me-daddy-eight-to-the-bar
Swinging free
Isn't it delovely
S'marvelous
S'wonderful
Hits from the big bandicock area
Ianal, you anal, but finally letting go
Thunderballs-to-the-wall

A Trainwreck of Haiku
not by Nettie Kestler
please steal this and claim it as your own in 2013
not copyrighted because this did not really come from my brain
No way.
Not really.
I need meds.


You know, I never
wrote haiku, but now I do.
They came like a train.

~

Thrust your cock inside
my vag.  Immediately
cherry blossoms weep

~

Sweet nothing inside
my hot moistyness.  Grind.  Grind.
I can't feel the steel.

~

Thump.  Ba-da-da-da
Slap.  Ah-ah-ah-ah.  Spank.
Swish.  Flush.  Fall raindrop

Haiku BashOp (pseudos haikudos)
by john e 2013

the moon tonight is
like a rose puncturing my
heart with its beauty

+

let's get into bed
you don't have to give me head
i'll do you instead

+

tender tears congeal
as a ten ton weight will fall
on a cartoon morn

haikus for a fetish obsessed male
by valentine bonnaire 2013

hoes garden naked
torn black hose surrounds each foot
he stares at her shoes

~

snail moves in his pants
his nails digging in his palms
heart slain by lusting

~

hands full of lemons
he sees her melons swaying
solemn, his desire


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