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Erotic poetry

A listing of verses widely held to be sexually titallating, and often written expressly for that purpose.

Properly speaking all love poetry is erotic poetry; in fact the greatness of poetry and literature is its eroticism, for they are most true then to life, which is largely erotic.The Erotic Motive in Literature, 1919 by Albert Mordell

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