Poems about sex

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The art of seduction has definitely changed, considering somewhere along the way a "U up? If you're looking to level up your romantic text game , no eggplant emojis required, you might want to turn to some sultry AF sex poems for a lil inspiration. This way, you can get foreplay started with words instead of your hands, effectively stroking your partner's mind with tantalizing thoughts. Whether you're seducing a new crush, reigniting an old flame, or keeping the romance alive with your partner, these sexual poems will come in handy when you want to really heat things up or at least help with a sexy starting point when you're not sure what to say, or want to write a full-on love letter.

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This section is for sexually explicit, sensual and erotic poems for adults. Erotic poems include all aspects of erotica and sexuality including fetish poems. Erotic poetry may also deal with gender issues, infidelity and sexual deviance. Extreme sex poems will be preceded with a warning page. This website requires Javascript to work properly, please enable Javascript in your web browser settings. Welcome to Deep Underground Poetry. This website uses cookies.

The 50 Greatest Poems About Sex

It would be unwise, unfair, and impossible to list the sexiest poems in the Western tradition. Maybe it is. There is something egalitarian, too, about this selection, which more or less chose itself. Sex as a poetic subject has a way of equalizing discourse by way of its universality. I will only add that many of these poems are from antiquity, though, because the more you look at it, there is a kind of Hollywood pre-code logic at work: the Greek and Latin poets featured here were unencumbered by Judeo-Christian norms.
There's nothing quite as dark and twisted as a really good love poem, is there? After all, there's something impossible about trying to capture that most epic yet ephemeral sentiment with something as humble but permanent as mere language. It's a fool's journey, it can seem; a Sisyphean task. And yet: Sisyphus never gave up, did he? Of course not, he had no choice!