Coming Together: In Verse

Coming Together In Verse Coming Together In Verse is a collection of erotic poetry and risqu verse edited by Ashley R Lister Sales proceeds benefit Hope for Paws Erica Jong said Poetry is what we turn to in the most emotiona

  • Title: Coming Together: In Verse
  • Author: Ashley Lister
  • ISBN: 9781311493125
  • Page: 463
  • Format: ebook
  • Coming Together In Verse is a collection of erotic poetry and risqu verse edited by Ashley R Lister Sales proceeds benefit Hope for Paws.Erica Jong said, Poetry is what we turn to in the most emotional moments of our lives when a beloved friend dies, when a baby is born, when we fall in love Wallace Stevens said, A poet looks at the world the way a man looks at aComing Together In Verse is a collection of erotic poetry and risqu verse edited by Ashley R Lister Sales proceeds benefit Hope for Paws.Erica Jong said, Poetry is what we turn to in the most emotional moments of our lives when a beloved friend dies, when a baby is born, when we fall in love Wallace Stevens said, A poet looks at the world the way a man looks at a woman Edgar Allan Poe said, Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words Most of us agree, when it comes to expressing passion, there is nothing effective than poetryE POETS Ashley R Lister, Alessia Brio, Lisabet Sarai, Victoria Blisse, Rachel Woe, Janine Ashbless, Liv Honeywell, AJ Chilson, Roy Clements, Katy J, Ashe Barker, Lisa Bower, PJ Bayliss, Geneva Rose, Jay Willowbay, Slave Nano, Lily Harlem, Kay Jaybee, KD Grace, Norbert Gora, IG Fredrick, Jade A Waters, Adrea Kore, Bella Settarra, Okami No Koga, Daniel Davis, Joanna Harrington Cruise, Sophia Sophia, Le Petite Mortimer, Eleanor Meadows, Angell Brooks, L Hollamby, Blacksilk, CA Bell, Ian Jade, Tamsin Flowers, Ruby Red, Colin Davies, Desmond Field, Rachel McGladdery

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    1. Here is an anthology for those who delight in both the sensual word, and the inherent comedy of sex, in all its vulgar glory. Here are words intense and poignant, whimsical and witty. Here is power, conveyed in the sparsest of phrases: 'He is wordless and unknowableHe is appetite and needThe thrust of flesh of horn'(Janine Ashbless 'Minotaur')Here is the pulsing corporeal: 'Let the wall be my backboneas I give up gravity to you' and 'Your tongue and teeth interrogate secrets Embedded long ago in [...]

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