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Haiku 2012
by Various Authors

Haiku 2001
by Various Authors

Limericks 2016
by Various Authors

Limericks 2012
by Various Authors

Limericks 2007
by Various Authors

by Various Authors

Horrible Erotikishka Pomes
by Various Authors

By Ashley Lister
Kisses Crops and Canes
Kneel and Worship
Sonnet 18+

By john e
A Sometimes Belligerent...
Acorns and Moss
antecedent obliteration
Doing Without
It Slips Away
Molly Was Not...
ny girl
The Voyeur Leaves
upon the roof
Your clothes

By Nettie Kestler
Falls to Mabon

By Nick Nicholson
All Days Valentine

By Nikki Isaak

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

By Rose B. Thorny
3 x 3 x 3
That Old Refrain

By Valentina Bonnaire

Slut-Hoe ...
by A.J. Heard

Plastic Virgin
by Anthony Beal

Deflowering the...
by Arlene Ang

Open Vegas Robe
by Charlton Metcalf

Lap Organ
by Daddy X

Don't Leave
by Eileen Malone

by Ella McCrystle



ERWA Limericks

Dear Sir, I demand that you cease
to trouble my maidenly crease,
You've spent far too long
assaulting my thong.
Now, man up and grant me release.

                   Remittance Girl 2012

The Marquis

Before he was known as de Sade
The Marquis was a bit of a clod
Then he got hip
To the bite of the whip
And left us all suitably awed

                   Raziel Moore 2012

Cats Are Pervs

As pets, some think cats are high ranking,
But that currency isn't worth banking.
You should be beware
Of their innocent stare
'cause you know that they're watching you wanking

                   Raziel Moore 2012

A lecherous fellow in France
said,"I'll fuck but I simply won't dance!"
His girlfriend then said
let us tango in bed!
and that night  she gave him the chance.

                   Malcolm Miller 2012

A popular harlot called Alice
Would pleasure her johns with a phallus.
While she buggered them well
To arouse them she'd tell
All the gossip from Buckingham Palace.

                   Lisabet Sarai 2012

There once was a man who could kiss
So deeply it lead them to bliss
With his tongue he began
down her thighs, he just ran
'Twas her quim he did not want to miss

                   Valentine Bonnaire 2012

Lickin' Good

There once was a lady who'd lick it
if into her mouth you would stick it.
Hard or soft, she would suck you,
perhaps even fuck you.
T'was a habit. She just couldn't kick it.

                  Olivia Summersweet 2012

poet's lament

There once was a Sunday smut poet
Whose wife, poor dear, didn't know it
He'd stay in his den
Just fondling his pen
While wishing, instead, that she'd blow it.

                  Rose B. Thorny 2012

There once was a woman from Maine
Who climaxed in spurts of champagne.
She was dry (as in "brut"),
But the gentleman's suit
Was as wet as a lake in the rain.

                  Jeremy Edwards 2012


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