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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?

What I'd Do

by William Crimson

 

poetry

I've lived in the land
Of the northern lights
Where the sun goes down
For a hundred nights

But what I'd do,
Where I'd go,
To spend a night with you.

I've dug for gold
And found it too;
And lived like a King
In Kathmandu,

But what I'd give,
What I'd do,
To spend the night with you.

On the treeless steppes
Of Kubla Kahn
A woman's love
Is an endless song.
The sun will rise
In the glint of her eyes
And her stride
Makes fools and the foolish wise.

But ask me
Ask me, what I'd do
To spend one night with you.

On the trackless dunes
Of the Rub'al-Khali
A woman
Is water to a man like me
But I would sift
The desert sands
For just
One night of love at your hands.

I'd trade
A kiss
In Bragadoon,
A night of bliss
And a thousand years,
To live
In the sun
And the moon of your eyes.

And if I've lied,
They're beautiful lies --
Lies for the sake of love.
Not the gold
Of Timbuktu;
Not a kiss
In Kathmandu;
Not visions
Of the afterlife
In the temples of Peru.
I'd trade them all,
I'd give them away,
There's nothing that I wouldn't do!

Give a night,
Then give me two,
Give me a lifetime to spend with you.

_______
© 2012 William Crimson. All rights reserved. Content may not be copied or used in whole or part without written permission from the author.

Bio: William Crimson has been imagining erotica since he was a kid and decided to write erotica when he was big and brave. Crimson shares a blog with erotic writers Raziel Moore and Ximena at the Erotic Writer.

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