October 27th, 2010

Recommended Reading #18: Poetry, Pt. II

      “Journey” by Marina St. Clare (Erotic Poetry) 3/3/10

Each time I’ve read this, it’s practically left me breathless.


      “Firefly” by Aisling Weaver (Poetry) 1/6/10

I find not only this poem but also the picture she features with it strikingly beautiful.


      “Memento Vivere ” by Robin Elizabeth Sampson (Erotic Poetry) 2010

This poem (by the author also known as Erobintica) leaves me speechless; to say I find it gorgeous feels somehow hollow and inadequate.


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5 Responses “Recommended Reading #18: Poetry, Pt. II”

  1. Erobintica says:

    What a pleasant surprise while I was cruising my blogroll. Thank you so much! I’m planning on reading this in Philly at the Erotic Literary Salon.

    Both Marina’s and Aisling’s poems are wonderful. I loved both when I saw them before.

  2. Very cool. Beautiful poems.

    Funny, but I’m posting a poem tomorrow morning.

  3. Marina says:

    Aw, Em, thanks…..I’m honored to be included with these others. That poem is very significant to me – reminds me who I am and makes me smile – thanks so much!

  4. danielle says:

    oh..i kne wthat pretty piece by robin allready but tht beautiful poem by marina was new to me..very very touching and deep….thank you once more to show me things so wonderfull

  5. Emerald says:

    Hi guys!

    Robin, I’m so glad you saw it, and was so my pleasure. I was thinking you’d said it was one of the ones you’d be reading n Philadelphia next month (since you said you’d be reading the ones that were in the Seattle Erotic Arts showcase). What a treat for the audience; have a magnificent reading!

    Hi Craig! I made it over to your blog today to read your lovely poem; I was only there for a bit and not even long enough to comment, so I plan to go back. And I imagine at some point there will be a “Poetry, Pt. III”! ; )

    Again, Marina, it’s my pleasure. I love your poem, and I love what you just commented about it. Actually, that makes me love it (the poem) more! : )

    Ah, Danielle, thank you so much—I’m so glad you appreciated it. : ) Delightful to see you, and thank you for coming by!

    Thank you to all of you for commenting! Speaking of, I did a WordPress update yesterday and only noticed several hours ago that the comments section subsequently looks a little wonky! I’m working on that; thanks in the meantime for your patience. : )


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