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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?

Your clothes

by john e

 

erotic poetry

in an instant of unsubtle prologue scatter the story
as far as the bedroom door, and the clean carpet
in the corner of our room; your panties land on the sill
a moment, then wisp away. you're naked now: so soon?

until i look into your eyes i'm uneasy,
cheated of some expected show.
(since both of us let go of the world together:
though i disrobe, you strip slowly) -- yet

could this lascivious tale be told any better?
your body's heated argument frantic, dark
eyes release desire, a sudden stare
belies both attachment, anonymity -- big words

cut down. who are you now? a distracted body
only? cancel the tease now, pounce to be entered, as the world
dawdles through replayed fantasy in borrowed time,
as we spasm into our own world, one body now

free to continue to write unfinish able
orgiastic discovery each instant,
free to think: first writhe, best writhe ...
jumbled syllables froth in a moist spring,

ascend in driving summer, exhale into fall
our deeper colors, and, icy, still sing through winterlife.
another moment passes, this repeats,
and we are ungraceful as life unstudied, disheveled

and pressed. yet no artifice allows any pause longed for,
any repeat wagging of lust's tall tail,
each fantasy pale in the afternoon's inscrutable confusion,
delicious haste made flesh, gutteral utterance purer

than any memory of dream, or siren's striptease.

_______
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