What to Read this Valentine’s Day
Funny Love Poems As a little light relief from the unremitting diet of romantic poetry, we've included a selection of comic love poems by Paul Curtis and Patrick Winstanley. This presents a break with the impotency poem tradition, it seems, as this warm and natural positive envisaging of the female lover sets his version apart from the coldly lascivious lover of the Catullan and Ovidian texts, for instance: What arms and shoulders did I touch and see, How apt her bosom to be pressed by me! With the things I was doing we'll need a plan B. So that she could not freely stir, All parts there made one prisoner.
Printable Victorian Valentine's Day Images (& Some Erotic Bits) For Your Lovelies
A dago fruit stand at three A. What does Valentine's Day mean? Sonnet 18 " by William Shakespeare Shall I compare thee to a summer's day The strands of your tresses shades of henna falls tingling, sweet caresses burning ember walls. Your lips, like honey exude sweetness as a dream lover's dream I fall resistless. So here is to you, the better half of me, sharing something, that was truly meant to be.
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