Seductive poems are one of the most unique ways to express love and attraction towards him or her. These romantic poetries make you feel the love of your life in a way that you have never felt before.
Crafting an erotic poem must be hard for anyone but reading a romantic poem is the easiest thing one could do to create an impeccable sensual moment.
Though widely available romantic music is kind of enough to induce the urge for the mood, but now the seductive poems are back in the lives of people, playing a very important role as they used to do in for beings backs in the ’90s.
Most of the seduction poems belong to the Indian and Arab cultures. The “Medhaduta”, “Sringasataka” and “Pancicka” were the few notable seductive poems of the 7th, 8th and 9th century, expressing the ‘divine love’ and erotic feelings without revealing many sensual details.
So, if you are seeking a type of poetry that includes ‘seductive love poems’ and is a little different from the previous outmoded poems, then keep the ball rolling because this hub is going to cover a variety of erotic poems to help your significant other bring in the mood.
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Best Seductive Poems
Erotic poetry deals with sexual love and intimacy. It focuses on the more physical aspects of passion and love. Hence, if you are in need of the best seductive poems then keep reading to find the ideal one.
1. I Am Not Yours
by Sara Teasdale
I am not yours, not lost in you,
Not lost, although I long to be
Lost as a candle lit at noon,
Lost as a snowflake in the sea.
You love me, and I find you still
A spirit beautiful and bright,
Yet I am I, who long to be
Lost as a light is lost in light.
Oh plunge me deep in love – put out
My senses, leave me deaf and blind,
Swept by the tempest of your love,
A taper in a rushing wind.
2. Ask Me
by Adriana Rajca
Do I really love you?
Look into my eyes.
The shine you see is the light of my soul.
Notice my smile,
how spontaneous and true!
My face in your presence,
my lips caress your name.
Can you not hear the hum of my body
responding to your nearness?
My heart keeps time.
I love you!
3. Romance Bore Seduction
by Mark R Slaughter
Hand blessed hand, caressed.
A blushing rose, her face;
Her breast alive;
The elfin nose, a diamond set –
A kiss upon perfection
Bore a rise of pulse
To coach a sultry moan
Across a mellow breath of wine.
He knew; he sensed,
And easing loose a clasp of lace,
Another sign of her relenting:
Wild the play of eyes,
A fuller glide of skin;
He felt the now begin –
Her swell, intention in the sigh.
And so to hedge his move upon the cue –
The cry of deep anticipation,
Waxing all he saw –
Tho’ not for us to view –
Arrived, emotion raw..
4. Into The Flames
by Nate Helm
The crisp air
Into the heated air
Under sheets of cream
The reasons why not to
Drift away with every
Far from the
Reasons that have
If there was everything
If there was nothing to gain
Ready to fall…fall once more
Into the flames…
5. The Kiss That Was
by Abstruse PSYCHE
have you ever had a kiss
that took you on a bliss
and left you with shaking knees
the one you’d not dare miss
so intense it made you drift
a fall you’d not care lift
and your lot that is to shift
seems to budge in a swift
lose a grip, never a bit
those lips they seem to fit
and with less than a heartbeat
your souls are apt to meet
Deep Seductive Poems
Deep seductive poems are hard to find but are worth it indeed! Check out the given sexy poems written below and let us know in the comments which poem caught your attention.
1. Deadly Seductive
by Antoinette Christensen
(Can you see the glittering of my eyes?)
Because I can feel it
Fire pulsing through my mind
(Cycling though, trapped in my spine)
Ever more irresistible
‘Stop clinging to life’
Not just letting go
Not just relinquishing
Through the empty space out there
How close can you get
Playing chicken with fate
Flirting with the darkest kind of bogeyman
(I will not lie and say
That it does not lurk in all of us).
2. Seductive Spirit
by Babatunde Raimi
You want a make out
Without a ring on it
You call it attractive
I call it infactuation
They call it seductive spirit
They just want the pudding
Bunch of irresponsibles
This kind goeth not away
But by fasting and prayer
A generation of sadomasochists
Bunch of nymphonaniacs
Do I look like a loose ball?
Even if I wanted to play
“Shoe get size, ‘mbok'”
Open your legs at your peril
When it’s time to settle down
Men look beyond beauty
Character and intelligence tops the list
Even love is not enough
When he is ready to “ring it”
Don’t say I didn’t tell
When you advertise your wares
Frontally and from behind
You attract what you represent
Men don’t like exposed wares
If you cover it very well
They will pay fire to posses it
Trust me, I speak from experience
Queens of the night
Their office opens at night
Adorned in skimpy gowns, no brassiere
Sometimes, with their nieces knickers
Exposing all exposables
You attract what you are
You get what you desire
Do you have a banging body
With seductive shape
All you get is a one night stand
No one wants to marry an empty barrel
Before you open your legs
Please, open your sense
Do you understand?
Before I drop my pen
Please repeat after me
Lord, Jesus, I come to you today
As my personal Lord and saviour
Deliver me from seductive spirit
That I might be made whole
Write my name in the book of life
Thank you for saving me. Amen!
3. Seductive Sound
by Ann Beaver
If you see me
tell me to take your hand,
to stop the fall, to finally land,
before I reach the bottom of a black-bearded abyss.
oh, and maybe one more kiss
before I see me
pulling everything away.
My eyes couldn’t pound
through the seductive sound
of the lock.
You saw me
your fingers tucked
deep in the pockets of your silence
4. Seductive Gaze!
by Williamsji Maveli
Depressing eyes invites,
Seductive gaze stimulate
Her lust growing solid.
Bulky **** hurting stiff,
Open spacious for me,
Her flexible glossy lips get,
Bare soft tissue touches,
tender parts yielding wet,
Thrusting deep within!
Anne Reeve Aldrich
The church was dim at vespers.
My eyes were on the Rood.
But yet I felt thee near me,
In every drop of blood.
In helpless, trembling bondage
My soul’s weight lies on thee,
O call me not at dead of night,
Lest I should come to thee!
Short Seductive Poems
If you want the touch of phallic symbols and ruminative musings in your sex poems, then here is a compilation of short seductive poems to spark the love in your relationship. Have a look!
1. Just Us Two
by Amy O Connor
Pull away the world
so that it is just us two.
Silence the chaos
inside and outside our heads.
Let us follow the purity
of our foolish hearts
if only for right now.
Search my eyes
for who we used to be.
And when you find us,
kiss my lips so hard
that I believe
the poetry is real again.
2. Seductive Decay
by Mel Holmes
on summer days we
rode down the river in our ripe age,
careless if the rapids swept us
into their deadly dustpans,
the black hole of water,
the possibility aroused us,
perhaps because it seemed so far away.
and next to the river,
the appalachian townsfolk wandered the deep grass, they
gathered here to see the circling folding-tables,
buy the spread of goods,
the goods are masks.
the masks are of old folks’ faces,
cartoon-like, goofy comic characters in the funny pages.
masks of rubbered wrinkles, permanent,
bulging eyes, whiskered ears that never stop growing, with
an elastic band, you can become an elder.
old age attracts the crowds,
i have a fascination with it myself,
picturing all the stories that have
taken elders to the present,
it’s hard to fake being wise
when you’re forced to think for years.
3. In Your Arms
In your arms you hold me tight,
Never letting go through the night.
All my dreams are peaceful because of you,
Holding me in your arms like you do.
Your lips are as sweet as ever;
I wish to kiss them forever.
My heart beats only for you,
Holding me in your arms like you do.
When we met I knew it was fate.
I found my one true soulmate,
As I look into your loving eyes,
Knowing our love will never die.
So hold me in your warm embrace.
In your arms I’ll be no other place.
To be with the one I love, which is you,
Holding me in your arms like you do.
4. Seductive Whirl
by Flawless Contradictions
I wear these new scars
Because of you
With your pin ***** kiss
Making my lips burn
Your bare bones weaken me so
Perhaps we could wipe the dust off
I would be gentle and new
We hide in the darkness of how we lived
I want to heal the brokenness in my heart
Into my veins as the blood explodes
As your hand collides with my face again
I trying to strive and find myself some faith
Broken and wounded
But the seductive whirl I can’t seem to purge
My heart is dying I feel shamed
The ghosts that live in my stomach
Try to consume my mind
Dazed eyes that can’t cry
Through fields of regret
Wisps of me fly away
Not much left to say
The whimpers disappear from my lips
A quiet poison that captures me
Farewell to those whom I admired
Farewell blackened eyes
Farewell to a broken life
I’ll have you know
I’m finally free.
5. Seductive Winter Dance
by Paul Celano
A body still from excitement
Head to the sky, waiting
A whole frosted dance is about to appear
Earth’s colossal yet gentle hands grab the sun
And turn off the gleaming lights
The ample wind covers the area
Like an invisible curtain of chilled silk
Then a moment of calm
Everything is still
As if a single picture was taken
Vibrant silver angels in their white cotton
Fall from endless stage in the sky
Embodying the frozen air
Thrusting their ****** dance
As they float towards the ground
These suggestive pale dancers
Land on your still excited body
Using it as their new birthed platform
They use their sensual ballet
To send ice cold stings through your bones
To bring a ****** tingle to your mind
Until your heart ******* to a perky smile.
This is called the seductive winter dance
Able to make your mouth gleam
And your soul tickle
Embrace the frigid sensation
As you give birth to your inner thrill
Seductive Poems to Turn Him On
One can find a lot of poems to seduce a man but these erotic poems can be a literal game changer for you. Catch a glimpse of these seductive poems to turn him on and enjoy the little moments of your life.
1. Seductive Reaper…
by Nigel Obiya
‘tis but a thing she does
The female assassin
They say that poison is her weapon… maybe on occasion
But that is a level she’s surpassing
You see, what they fail to understand is that she doesn’t take lives for vengeance
‘tis but a profession
The beautiful, tantalizing female killer
Her male victim’s obsession
One minute she’s a runway model… with her devilishly sinful grin
A smile so engrossingly enticing… full, red lips that cut across her face playfully
Against her flawlessly peaceful skin
One word for that…’killer’
Forbidden pleasures… blissful sin
She’s taken out big names… maybe even one or two heads of state
To dinners she’s escorted these men… and later on left them in their deadest state
She walks through the front door, but when leaving she can scale windows
Agility is her forte… ‘Man killer’ she is
The black widow…
In a red dress
You may be reading this thinking you can never fall prey to her seductive tentacles
‘tis an argument I do not even wish to get into
2. Candid Love
by Precious Oppong
Like a piece of diamond,
Shining bright like the stars,
Your smile is warming
And your lips so tender.
My heart skips a beat
Not just by the beauty of your face
But your charisma.
The charm in your soul,
Echoing in my head,
Reaching toward me,
Makes me feel like I’m melting
As ice does under the scorching sun.
You’re like a whiskey
That burns and arises my urge,
The urge to love yet too freely but hard.
Every step of the way together with you has been a milestone.
For me, I’ll cherish and forever live up to it,
For you’re like a one-in-a-million-years miracle
That makes me lose it all.
Today, sweet angel of warmth,
I guarantee you that I’ll forever be in dept to you for showing how to love
And feel loved all the same.
3. Your Lips
Lips sweet as sugar,
how to touch them I linger.
Lips that enslave me with their grandeur,
just to see them near I ponder.
Upper so tender, lower so exquisite
when together makes me avid;
when drenched, they yearn to be perceived;
when arid, they desire to be embraced;
Lips that laugh, lips that smile
with your prongs makes me eye.
Lips that moan, lips that sigh,
takes me to a loathsome high.
Within my imprisoned wish I conceive
but laugh at myself at the way they deceive.
Words your lips whisper, I long to hear,
but just memories I have to keep them dear.
Lips of love, lips of ire,
lips of sweetness, lips on fire,
lips of golden heavenly mire,
hope they won’t leave me in dire.
by Autumn Whipple
why are so many things so tempting?
why do people let their hearts rule their hands
rule their mouths
rule their minds
why do I?
I can’t control my hands, my words my mind
the seduction is there
every step of the time
the rules the lines they all become blurred
and all my thoughts just whirl and stir
a cesspit of temptation
to do things I shouldn’t
to do things that would hurt others but make life easier,
to disobey the rules
I’ve followed my entire life
don’t spend too much time reading and study instead
the seduction is there
changing my ways
making everyday a little harder
a little bit better
a cruel mistress with
5. Wandering hands
Seductive wayward hands
Like silk, soft to the touch
Travel down her lustrous skin
Southbound too their destination
Lips, neck combine in passion
Warm breath on the neck
Turns into sultry slow kisses
She grips his hair tightly
Her soft moans reverberate in his ear
As his fingers glisten with her lust
Seductive Poems to Turn Her On
Looking for some seductive poems to turn her on? Well, then you don’t have to search any further because we have brought you a bunch of poems to seduce a woman. Take a peek!
1. Making Love
by Brandee Lyann Hilbert
Underneath the moonlit sky, beneath a blanket of stars,
I lay with you in a land afar.
It’s so quiet; all I can hear
is my breath I vaguely take with you so near.
You have my body bound.
I’m lost in your presence, where I can’t be found.
You kiss my neck; it feels so nice.
You have me feeling so enticed.
As my body emerges,
it yearns and it urges
to feel your embrace
and to taste your taste.
As you put it in,
a little smile grins.
Should I whisper, faster?
Or should I scream for my Master?
You’re pulling my hair,
I feel, as if I were floating on air.
As I tremble and begin to shake,
you quiver and quake.
Underneath the moonlit sky, beneath a blanket of stars,
I’m yours, wherever you are.
2. Seductive Eskimo Kisses
To something that feels so real,
So alive that it is as if it lives and breathes
One single entity
Brought bubbling to the surface
By the power of one question:
Did you miss me?
3. The Night
by Anthony W. Williams
The evening is gone
The darkness makes little sound
except for the two of us
As I look down at you, the sweat falls
Your face catching each drop
your tongue tasting those in reach
Your hand on mine, your intentions clear
My heart pounds heavily in my chest
trying to catch my breath, for the next
waiting with a fever
I can see your eyes in the darkness
that fiery glow lets me know
I must call upon more strength
Now our hands are locked
and I mean tight
Our voices breaking the silence.
4. The Seductive Darkness.
by Victoria Jennings
Isn’t it funny all the things in the worlds that bring you down,
My weakest moments are so pleasurably on display,
They taunt me,
Mock who I was,
And still manages to break who I am,
The worlds cruel, vindictive and lonely ways,
They’ve seduced me into my way of living,
To strike the skin when all else goes wrong,
The darkness has taught me to hate myself,
And I have,
I always will,
The world has their ways and their beliefs,
And I have my own.
5. You and your seductive mind
The bizarre movements, of your hand in my lips
The caress of your lips on my lips
Your sweet tender tongue, and mine through the fight
Wrestling yet so gently, through the movements of guitars
Song you play so tingly, in my stomach I can feel
Tingling sensation, as you work your way through me
Caress me so gently, make me feel your love
Let me hear your heart, yet feel it against my chest.
Let me feel you drumming, pure seduction of the soul.
Seductive Poems for Him
Nothing is more alluring than trust and genuine devotion articulated in seductive poetry. Thus, if you are planning to curate seductive poems for him, then these poems can prove to be very beneficial for you.
1. My Sanctuary
by Camilla Park
In your arms
Time stops for a brief moment
We’re in our own world
Worries or thoughts
Focused on each other
Or in peaceful silence
We enjoy each other’s presence
I take in the way you smell
Masculine with a hint of sensitivity thrown in
Holding your hand
Studying your long, slender fingers
Your hand as a whole
Strong, yet gentle
Memorizing every detail of your face
Your long lashes
Covering your blue-grey eyes
With flecks of green
Your aquiline nose
That balances your long lean face
2. A Beautiful Sight
by Kasia Fedyk
“A Beautiful sight, I’ve seen it once.
In a lonely white room
with a bed and a small chair,
table on three feet in a corner holding a bouquet
fortifying the air with the scent of roses
window, a small, round window
in the middle of the pale wall,
exposing messages from up above
in a form of snowflakes, falling so slowly,
a white dove sat on the ledge.
A man was fighting for his life
machine pumping air into his lungs
in a constant steady motion.
A beautiful sight
Angel wings spread across the bed
hovering over the mans body, healing it,
feeding his soul
with heavenly aroma,
the smiling Angel kissed his forehead
and told me it will be back tomorrow.”
by Langston Hughes
Desire to us
Was like a double death,
Of our mingled breath,
Of an unknown strange perfume
Between us quickly
In a naked
4. The Sound of Your Voice
by Stephanie Gillum
The sound of your voice,
sends chills down my spine.
If I wasn’t with you,
Id lose my mind.
You’re special to me in many ways,
We are perfect for each other,
that anyone can see.
They are blind if they cant.
I love you with all my heart,
and in your arms is where I want to be.
I love talking to you,
and hearing you say ‘I Love You.’
I didnt expect things to happen this way,
But Im glad that I opened my heart,
to you that day.
You make me go weak in the knees.
To think of my life without you,
is like the stars with no moon,
the sky with no blue.
Thats how I would be without you.
All I can think about,
is being with you.
This may seem kinda sudden,
but I wanna marry you.
I have never felt this way,
about anyone before.
All I want is to be with you,
I hope you feel the same way,
Because I know my feelings are real.
I cry while I write this cause I love you so much.
I never want to lose you, never.
I dont care what anyone thinks
Because it matters what we think.
Im willing to make this work,
and stick together forever.
I love you baby!!
5. Delight in Disorder
by Robert Herrick
A sweet disorder in the dress
Kindles in clothes a wantonness;
A lawn about the shoulders thrown
Into a fine distraction;
An erring lace, which here and there
Enthrals the crimson stomacher;
A cuff neglectful, and thereby
Ribands to flow confusedly;
A winning wave, deserving note,
In the tempestuous petticoat;
A careless shoe-string, in whose tie
I see a wild civility:
Do more bewitch me, than when art
Is too precise in every part.
Seductive Poems for Her
Does your heart yearn to level up the things and make it all romantic? If so, then do explore these ‘seductive poems for her’ to express your gushing emotions and desires through the perfect means.
1. Bleeding Heart
by Carmen Giménez Smith
My heart is bleeding. It bleeds upward and fills
my mouth up with salt. It bleeds because of a city in ruins,
the chair still warm from sister’s body,
because it will all be irreproducible. My heart
bleeds because of baby bear not finding mama bear and it bleeds
to the tips of my fingers like I painted my nails Crimson.
Sometimes my heart bleeds so much I am a raisin.
It bleeds until I am a quivering ragged clot, bleeds at the ending
with the heroine and her sunken cancer eyes, at the ending
with the plaintive flute over smoke-choked killing fields. I’m bleeding
a river of blood right now and it’s wearing a culvert in me for the blood. My heart
rises up in me, becomes the cork of me and I choke on it. I am bleeding
for you and for me and for the tiny babies and the IED-blown
leg. It bleeds because I’m made that way, all filled up with blood,
my sloppy heart a sponge filled with blood to squeeze onto
any circumstance. Because it is mine, it will always bleed.
My heart bled today. It bled onto the streets
and the steps of city hall. It bled in the pizza parlor with the useless jukebox.
I’ve got so much blood to give inside and outside of any milieu.
Even for a bad zoning decision, I’ll bleed so much you’ll be bleeding,
all of us bleeding in and out like it’s breathing,
or kissing, and because it is righteous and terrible and red.
2. Love Sonnet XI
by Pablo Neruda
I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair.
Silent and starving, I prowl through the streets.
Bread does not nourish me, dawn disrupts me, all day
I hunt for the liquid measure of your steps.
I hunger for your sleek laugh,
your hands the color of a savage harvest,
hunger for the pale stones of your fingernails,
I want to eat your skin like a whole almond.
I want to eat the sunbeam flaring in your lovely body,
the sovereign nose of your arrogant face,
I want to eat the fleeting shade of your lashes,
and I pace around hungry, sniffing the twilight,
hunting for you, for your hot heart,
like a puma in the barrens of Quitratue.
3. True Love
by Nate Klug
Off rows of windshields
in the Amtrak lot
rain in sudden
clumps like jacks. Parked cars
with people in them
awaiting people they imagine
hurtling through suburbs
of silver woods
awaiting them. True
love needs interference,
a certain blizzard distance,
for the words to worm through.
August storms that would self-spark
as if our fights could trip
the finest wire beneath the sidewalk.
And the sunlight, harder after.
by e.e. cummings
Lady, I will touch you with my mind.
Lady, I will touch you with my mind.
Touch you and touch and touch
until you give
me suddenly a smile, shyly obscene
(lady I will
touch you with my mind.) Touch
you, that is all,
lightly and you utterly will become
with infinite care
the poem which I do not write.
5. I like it dirty
Rip my panties from my waist,
put your tongue in, have a taste.
Lick me fast and lick me good.
Like that don’t you?
knew you would.
Strip my body, bare my tits,
pinch my nipples, mmm that’s it.
Lick my pussy, do it slow.
Flick on my clit,
til cum starts to flow.
Spread my pussy, kiss my lips,
just like that, and tweak my nips.
I like the way you make me moan,
I’ll suck you later,
until you groan.
Push your finger all the way in,
pull it out and in again.
Faster and deeper I want it to go,
make me cum,
I want to blow.
Moan and shake as my orgasm peaks,
switch me places, it’s your dick that I seek.
I grab your boxers, let your cock spring loose,
pull them to your ankles,
use my lips as a noose.
I suck and lick and I slick it with spit,
suck on the tip, sucking more bit by bit.
Moaning and bobbing my head on your cock,
picking up rythm,
my hips start to rock.
Play with your balls, roll them around,
suck your cock deeper when you push my head down.
Sucking it faster, you pick up the pace,
shoot your load,
all over my face.
Mmm, I like it just like that,
you’re so fuckin nasty, that’s a fact.
I want you to fuck me so hard that I scream,
fuck me faster,
make me cream.
Shove that big cock into my little hole,
fuck me hard so my tits roll.
Flip me over, fuck me doggy style,
I like it this way,
make it last a while.
Grab me by the tits and fuck even quicker,
fuck me hard, fuck me fast til your own cum gets thicker.
Push deep inside, give me some more,
cum in my pussy,
make me sore.
I love how you fuck, you quench my pussy’s thirst.
I’ll want some more later, but you get to sleep first.
Seductive Poems for Adults Only
Erotic poems form an unusual connection between the minds and hearts of two human beings. It helps the person to channel their inner self and express their sensual desires towards their partner. So, if you are in need of poems for adults only, then make sure to read the article till the end!
1. After Making Love In Winter
by Sharon Olds
At first I cannot have even a sheet on me,
anything at all is painful, a plate of
iron laid down on my nerves, I lie there in the
air as if flying rapidly without moving, and
slowly I cool off—hot,
warm, cool, cold, icy, till the
skin all over my body is ice
except at those points our bodies touch like
blooms of fire. Around the door
loose in its frame, and around the transom, the
light from the hall burns in straight lines and
casts up narrow beams on the ceiling, a
figure throwing up its arms for joy.
In the mirror, the angles of the room are calm, it is the
hour when you can see that the angle itself is blessed,
and the dark globes of the chandelier,
suspended in the mirror, are motionless—I can
feel my ovaries deep in my body, I
gaze at the silvery bulbs, maybe I am
looking at my ovaries, it is
clear everything I look at is real
and good. We have come to the end of questions,
you run your palm, warm, large,
dry, back along my face over and
over, over and over, like God
putting the finishing touches on, before
sending me down to be born
2. At The Touch Of You
by Witter Bynner
At the touch of you,
As if you were an archer with your swift hand at the bow,
The arrows of delight shot through my body.
You were spring,
And I the edge of a cliff,
And a shining waterfall rushed over me.
by Emma Lazarus
Last night I slept, and when I woke her kiss
Still floated on my lips. For we had strayed
Together in my dream, through some dim glade,
Where the shy moonbeams scarce dared light our bliss.
The air was dank with dew, between the trees,
The hidden glow-worms kindled and were spent.
Cheek pressed to cheek, the cool, the hot night-breeze
Mingled our hair, our breath, and came and went,
As sporting with our passion. Low and deep
Spake in mine ear her voice: “And didst thou dream,
This could be buried? This could be sleep?
And love be thrall to death! Nay, whatso seem,
Have faith, dear heart; this is the thing that is!”
Thereon I woke, and on my lips her kiss.
by Yusef Komunyakka
If only he could touch her,
Her name like an old wish
In the stopped weather of salt
On a snail. He longs to be
Words, juicy as passionfruit
On her tongue. He’d do anything,
Would dance three days & nights
To make the most terrible gods
Rise out of ashes of the yew,
To step from the naked
Fray, to be as tender
As meat imagined off
The bluegill’s pearlish
Bones. He longs to be
An orange, to feel fingernails
Run a seam through him.
5. The Encounter
by Louise Gluck
You came to the side of the bed
and sat staring at me.
Then you kissed me—I felt
hot wax on my forehead.
I wanted it to leave a mark:
that’s how I knew I loved you.
Because I wanted to be burned, stamped,
to have something in the end—
I drew the gown over my head;
a red flush covered my face and shoulders.
It will run its course, the course of fire,
setting a cold coin on the forehead, between the eyes.
You lay beside me; your hand moved over my face
as though you had felt it also—
you must have known, then, how I wanted you.
We will always know that, you and I.
The proof will be my body.
Seductive Poems for Literature Lovers
Poetry and Love are the two things that always go hand in hand! Below is the anthology of sexiest poems for literature lovers to fulfill their desires. We hope you find these sexual poetries entertaining.
1. Sex Has a Way
by Wendy Lee
Sex has a way of softening limbs,
oiling joints and melding hearts.
We burrow in closer
wrapping arms and legs over and under each other.
Earthy blanket of sleep covers us
two bodies releasing one breath.
coiled and tucked in each other’s sweat.
2. Wild Nights
by Emily Dickinson
Wild nights — Wild nights!
Were I with thee
Wild nights should be
Futile — the winds
To a Heart in port —
Done with the Compass —
Done with the Chart!
Rowing in Eden —
Ah — the Sea!
Might I but moor — tonight —
3. I Too Beneath Your Moon
by Edna St. Vincent Millay
I too beneath your moon, almighty Sex,
Go forth at nightfall crying like a cat,
Leaving the lofty tower I laboured at
For birds to foul and boys and girls to vex
With tittering chalk; and you, and the long necks
Of neighbours sitting where their mothers sat
Are well aware of shadowy this and that
In me, that’s neither noble nor complex.
Such as I am, however, I have brought
To what it is, this tower; it is my own;
Though it was reared To Beauty, it was wrought
From what I had to build with: honest bone
Is there, and anguish; pride; and burning thought;
And lust is there, and nights not spent alone.
4. The Face That Launch’d A Thousand Ships
by Christopher Marlowe
Was this the face that launch’d a thousand ships,
And burnt the topless towers of Ilium?
Sweet Helen, make me immortal with a kiss.
Her lips suck forth my soul: see where it flies!
Come, Helen, come, give me my soul again.
Here will I dwell, for heaven is in these lips,
And all is dross that is not Helena.
I will be Paris, and for love of thee,
Instead of Troy, shall Wittenberg be sack’d;
And I will combat with weak Menelaus,
And wear thy colours on my plumed crest;
Yea, I will wound Achilles in the heel,
And then return to Helen for a kiss.
O, thou art fairer than the evening air
Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars;
Brighter art thou than flaming Jupiter
When he appear’d to hapless Semele;
More lovely than the monarch of the sky
In wanton Arethusa’s azur’d arms;
And none but thou shalt be my paramour!
5. Body, Remember
by Constantine Cavafy
Body, remember not only how much you were loved,
Not only the beds on which you lay,
But also those desires for you
That glowed plainly in the eyes,
And trembled in the voice—and some
Chance obstacle made futile.
Now that all of them belong to the past,
It almost seems as if you had yielded
To those desires—how they glowed,
Remember, in the eyes gazing at you;
How they trembled in the voice, for you, remember, body.
Seductive Poems for My Wife
Passion for a lover can be physically manifested, but it can also be a powerful emotional bond. Take a glance at the given ‘seductive poems for my wife’ and choose the best out of all!
1. What Do Women Want?
by Kim Addonizio
I want a red dress.
I want it flimsy and cheap,
I want it too tight; I want to wear it
until someone tears it off me.
I want it sleeveless and backless,
this dress, so no one has to guess
what’s underneath. I want to walk down
the street past Thrifty’s and the hardware store
with all those keys glittering in the window,
past Mr. and Mrs. Wong selling day-old
donuts in their café, past the Guerra brothers
slinging pigs from the truck and onto the dolly,
hoisting the slick snouts over their shoulders.
I want to walk like I’m the only
woman on earth, and I can have my pick.
I want that red dress bad.
I want it to confirm
your worst fears about me,
or anything except what
I want. When I find it, I’ll pull that garment
from its hanger like I’m choosing a body
to carry me into this world, through
the birth-cries and the love-cries too,
and I’ll wear it like bones, like skin,
it’ll be the goddamned
dress they bury me in.
2. Love Poem
by Audre Lorde
Speak earth and bless me with what is richest
make sky flow honey out of my hips
spread over a valley
carved out by the mouth of rain.
And I knew when I entered her I was
high wind in her forests hollow
fingers whispering sound
from the split cup
impaled on a lance of tongues
on the tips of her breasts on her navel
and my breath
howling into her entrances
through lungs of pain.
Greedy as herring-gulls
or a child
I swing out over the earth
over and over
3. My Love Sent Me A List
by Olena Kaltiyak Davis
O my Love sent me a lusty list,
Did not compare me to a summer’s day
Wrote not the beauty of mine eyes
But catalogued in a pretty detailed
And comprehensive way the way(s)
In which he was better than me.
‘More capable of extra- and inter-
Polation. More well-traveled -rounded multi-
Lingual! More practiced in so many matters
More: physical, artistic, musical,
Politic(al) academic (I dare say!) social
(In many ways!) and (ditto!) sexual!’
And yet these mores undid but his own plea(s)(e)
And left, none-the-less, the Greater Moor of me.
4. Before You Came
by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Before you came,
things were as they should be:
the sky was the dead-end of sight,
the road was just a road, wine merely wine.
Now everything is like my heart,
a color at the edge of blood:
the grey of your absence, the color of poison, of thorns,
the gold when we meet, the season ablaze,
the yellow of autumn, the red of flowers, of flames,
and the black when you cover the earth
with the coal of dead fires.
And the sky, the road, the glass of wine?
The sky is a shirt wet with tears,
the road a vein about to break,
and the glass of wine a mirror in which
the sky, the road, the world keep changing.
Don’t leave now that you’re here—
Stay. So the world may become like itself again:
so the sky may be the sky,
the road a road,
and the glass of wine not a mirror, just a glass of wine.
by Amy Lowell
As I would free the white almond from the green husk
So I would strip your trappings off,
And fingering the smooth and polished kernel
I should see that in my hands glittered a gem beyond counting.
Final Thoughts on Seductive Poems
Since it’s tough to pinpoint the best erotic poetry because preferences and likes differ so much from person to person, still we gave it our best shot to narrow down the wide range of seductive poems in order to expand and diversify our understanding of love and intimacy.
Seductive love poems are one of a kind to offer a true form of emotions, with no fear of being judged. These seductive poems consist of a fusion of thoughts and emotions that you might have in your heart for a long time but never got a way to comprehend them.
Thus, if you are considering to revitalize your love life and bring back the element of intimacy and involvement in the relationship, then we hope that you have found the unblemished seduction poems to induce sensual arousal in your better half.
Also, share with us in the comments below that are you a still fan of old erotic poetry or have you shifted your interest to romantic poems by Emily Dickinson and William Blake? Mention right here!