Pleasure Poems

Popular Pleasure Poems
Fruity and Spicy
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

down by the peach grove
lush fruit hangs ripe on the tree
fragrance of rose wafts

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Two Sides of Love
by Ayatullah Nurjati

The delicious taste of love makes you feel miserable
The joy of love denies the existing reality
The delicious and savoury love adds thirst and the pleasure of tasting worldly flavours
The motivation of love is reaching out to dreams and unravelling hope and material desires

Suffering love draws sorrow meeting
Sad love blocks distance and time
The manipulation of love reflects daydreams and obscures togetherness
The hopelessness of love destroys the relationship and the longevity of a couple
with different desires

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No Pleasure Without Pain
by Walter Raleigh

SWEET were the joys that both might like and last;
Strange were the state exempt from all distress;
Happy the life that no mishap should taste;
Blessed the chance might never change success.
Were such a life to lead or state to prove,
Who would not wish that such a life were love?

But oh! the soury sauce of sweet unsure,
When pleasures flit, and fly with waste of wind.
The trustless trains that hoping hearts allure,

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Dancing Bachata on a Summer Afternoon
by Jayesh Goyal

Knocking on the digital door, thinking of her bindi and the nose ring embellishing her smile
But when it swung open, I just stood mesmerized for a while
A goddess stood before me; her sensuality accentuated by six yards of pure grace and elegance
Painted in sensual shades of desires, I was attracted to her cacophonous eyes
My paintbrush stroked her landscape, until she transformed to my masterpiece
Comets wandered by to a choreographed chant, as tenderly I unwrapped her femininity
I said I would cook for her - she said she is not that easy
My eyes ate through her across the table, as I poured wine, we never drank
Was that fire in her eyes? - A desire left untold
Lust was an all-consuming fire, flavour of our kisses fueled our animalistic needs

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Search for pleasure
by Know Unknown

One single breath
Whispers of pleasure
Hands gripping tighter
Clawing at something to squeeze

Tickling down my spine
A feeling
Unknown to me
Known to many other


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Recent Pleasure Poems
Two Sides of Love
by Ayatullah Nurjati

The delicious taste of love makes you feel miserable
The joy of love denies the existing reality
The delicious and savoury love adds thirst and the pleasure of tasting worldly flavours
The motivation of love is reaching out to dreams and unravelling hope and material desires

Suffering love draws sorrow meeting
Sad love blocks distance and time
The manipulation of love reflects daydreams and obscures togetherness
The hopelessness of love destroys the relationship and the longevity of a couple
with different desires

......

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Nocturnal Altars
by Steve Otieno

I dig my nails
into your back
that your skin bleeds,
I hear your soul whimpering,
I hear it sobbing
but it seeks to muffle its crying,

I hear your heart screaming,
the pain is the piercing
of a thousand knives,

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Search for pleasure
by Know Unknown

One single breath
Whispers of pleasure
Hands gripping tighter
Clawing at something to squeeze

Tickling down my spine
A feeling
Unknown to me
Known to many other


......

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Fruity and Spicy
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

down by the peach grove
lush fruit hangs ripe on the tree
fragrance of rose wafts

Continue reading
Dancing Bachata on a Summer Afternoon
by Jayesh Goyal

Knocking on the digital door, thinking of her bindi and the nose ring embellishing her smile
But when it swung open, I just stood mesmerized for a while
A goddess stood before me; her sensuality accentuated by six yards of pure grace and elegance
Painted in sensual shades of desires, I was attracted to her cacophonous eyes
My paintbrush stroked her landscape, until she transformed to my masterpiece
Comets wandered by to a choreographed chant, as tenderly I unwrapped her femininity
I said I would cook for her - she said she is not that easy
My eyes ate through her across the table, as I poured wine, we never drank
Was that fire in her eyes? - A desire left untold
Lust was an all-consuming fire, flavour of our kisses fueled our animalistic needs

......

Continue reading
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