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Erotic Poems

Erotic Poems

Desire and intimacy are very much a part of Love, and these erotic poems prove that sex need not be sordid or ugly. On the contrary, between two people very much in love with each other, sex can the most beautiful and natural thing in the universe.

Warning: While we don't publish anything even mildly salacious or obscene, most of this material is intended for a mature audience.

Erotic Poems (1-75)

  • by Ruth Kephart
    Taking the first step towards love is both journey and destination.
  • by Daniel James Burt
    This poem is an almost surrealistic view of nature and passion.
  • by Jeffrey Carter
    Loneliness and desire - ingredients for a memorable night and, perhaps, long days of regret.
  • by Millette Addison
    Daydreaming is a wonderful experience, especially dreams of passion.
  • by Iloveit
    Is it simply human nature that makes us "want?" Or might it not be love?
  • by Karin Schaefer
    There is a moment when two people become one, and in their oneness become two in love.
  • by Amanda D Besserer
    There is magic and fantasy to Love - and to being loved.
  • by Bentwig420
    Love is an aphrodisiac, not only for the body, but also for the mind.
  • by Tony Harmon
    There is a truth to be found in Love, and an honesty to be discovered in desire.
  • by Mimi
    The past means nothing when questions find their answers, and women find their Love.
  • by Pam
    Scientists can define the sense of touch exactly, explaining with words like neural receptors and tactile stimulation. Ah, but poets can do it, too, and with far more beauty.
  • by Temptress
    Can mere words mimic the discordant cadence and tender touch of Love? Yea, maybe they can…

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  • by Kate J.
    Scientists tell us humanity arose from the waters. But they never explained it quite like this.
  • by Susan Miller
    Intimacy, freely given, is but the first link in a chain of gifts.
  • by Kamma Roberts
    'Tis better to give than receive. Just not always.
  • by David Farrar
    To boil water you add fire. For this talented poet, the fire has a name.
  • by David Farrar
    Love can arouse every human sense.
  • by Sally
    The moments when we awake, beside the one we love, are very special ones.
  • by Bionic Woman
    At times, our bodies will let our minds think of only one thing.
  • by Moondance
    Sometimes just the thought of someone can stir up emotions in us when we least expect it.
  • by Mystiedawn
    Passion comes in many guises…
  • by Heather Lynn
    Many people have passionate dreams, many of which are never forgotten.
  • by Janette
    What better way to start a night of beautiful sharing than with a kiss?
  • by Gothic
    Sometimes our loved ones put us on pedestals - and we simply can't or don't choose to live up to the picture they have in their minds.
  • by Emilith
    We all have them - wicked thoughts, dark desires. What are yours? Besides, they're just fantasies - aren't they?
  • by Nytelovr
    This poet has a wonderfully erotic way - with a necessity for very few words.
  • by Dylan Roberts
    It holds us together, protects us from the world - and brings us some of life's greatest pleasures.
  • by Ladycat
    It's happening everywhere around you, unseen, unfelt - but perhaps not unheard?
  • by Marie Paradise
    Thoughts, even at work, can sometimes turn to fantasies of what is to come later.
  • by Ladycat
    How wonderful that feeling of "lust" - especially when you share it with just the right person.
  • by Shariffa
    Ah, romantic love - it breathes life into us. This wonderful love poem pulses with imagery, and does just that...
  • by Alastair Adamson
    This poet is intensely romantic - and equally as intense in his description of love...
  • by Marci Parker
    Intimacy can make us feel very good. Or very bad.
  • by Travis
    Fantasy and love have something very much in common. Both can totally consume our lives.
  • by Stage Diva
    Physical love, like emotional love, isn't always everything we might wish.
  • by LaTiefa Alston
    I'm not sure if this is an sexy poem (it is!), a delightfully funny poem (it is!), or just a wonderfully beautiful expression of budding love (it's that, too!).
  • by Jennifer Benfer
    When love and lust unite, there is a power and beauty that cannot be denied.
  • by LC
    The ocean, the scientists say, is the fountainhead of Life. And, too, perhaps of love?
  • by Michael Anderson
    Insatiable is just a word. But words, in the hands of a poet like this, can take you into a reality of their own. Don't be surprised to find scratches on your back after reading this one…
  • by Sharon Rotondi
    A poem of unlikely adjectives and passionate imagery…
  • by Veronica Ann Cech
    Who would have thought an open-air picnic could be like this?
  • by Tara Simms
    There is heat in love, and imagery in poetry. And this poem combines them in a delightful melody of the senses.
  • by Sheila Blair
    The beauty of physical love lies not in vividly described actions, but rather in poignantly written thoughts and feelings.
  • by Heather Burns
    Intimacy can be, and often is, a path to discovery.
  • by Intimate Knight
    What's the world's greatest (and oldest) aphrodisiac?
  • by Lauryn Erl.
    Love speaks to us with more than words.
  • by Jackie Hattan
    Anticipation lends a sweetness to anything - but especially passion.
  • by Stacy Williams
    The mind is the most powerful aphrodisiac in the world…
  • by Mark Acciard
    This poem is a fantasy. About finally meeting someone in RL that was met on the Internet.
  • by David
    Some people fantasize about making love in the rain. But in the snow?
  • by Jada Oriental33142
    Freud would have had a wonderful time with this one…
  • by Dorothy Ware
    The first time can be awkward. Or very beautiful.
  • by Maria Nicastro
    This poem is a powerful expression of physical love - made real only in the mind.
  • by Hope
    Cleanliness is next to godliness, right?
  • by Suzanne
    Physical love can often make real love seem more, well, real.
  • by Angel Eyes
    We all dream of love. But this vividly?
  • by Joe Leblanc
    A kiss is accomplished with more than mere lips.
  • by Christophe Marin
    Beautiful language, wild metaphors, and mildly erotic imagery combine to make this - a true declaration of love.
  • by Asil Nomrah
    Reading good poetry can surely bring about good dreams at night. Even, at times, erotic dreams.
  • by Stage Diva
    You wouldn't think a love poem would be about separation and distance, would you? Ah, but the mind is the most powerful aphrodisiac of all…
  • by Moondance
    This is a very beautiful poem, about a very beautiful day. As you read it, you can almost feel the steam rising as rain touches passion's heat.
  • by Silky
    Oh, my! If this talented poetess were to have her way, the nights would be filled with sensual delight. And the days with utter exhaustion…
  • by Tj
    Making love, with a new-found lover, can feel like a dream - one from which we would like to never awake.
  • by }X{Angel}X{
    If the beauty and imagery of this poem doesn't knock your socks off (and instigate a little heavy breathing), then you just ain't human…
  • by Loved and Lost
    Sex can be very beautiful. Unfortunately, as this poem explains, it can also be ugly and manipulative.
  • by Raven
    This lovely poem explores a very intimate, very beautiful moment between two people very much in love.
  • by Kestrel
    Sex, the physical manifestation of Love, need not be ugly and sordid. As the beautifully flowing, interwoven words of this poem so clearly show us.
  • by Tara Simms
    If you have the courage - and perhaps wisdom - to delve into the unknown, you might just discover Truths hidden in dark, secret places.
  • by Brandi Schneider
    This poem, at first glance, is about physical intimacy. But it's about much more than that…
  • by Peta Elizabeth Downes
    Can words make love? In a strange, beautiful way - these do…
  • by Samuel Blaizes
    This poem is charged with powerful, steamy imagery and holds a depth that transcends mere physical love.
  • by Malcolm Coleman
    The poem expresses a very tender moment, that moment when two people, for a heartbeat, become one with each other.
  • by Rick
    Let your mind capture the images loosed by this powerful poem, and you'll discover anew the beauty of human passion.
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    Passion is not the province of the young or those only newly awakened to love. Passion can be found even among those long accustomed to each other's touch.
  • by James Gaspard
    Fantasies of the Flesh - expressed as beautiful Realities of the Soul.
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