Romantic Poetry......

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  1. soccerfanatic

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    Do the lovely ladies of LPSG enjoy it when their men write them romantic love poetry and do sweet gestures like that? I'm just wondering for some reason, despite the fact I've got no admirers to write it to lol.

    I've got quite a talent for poetry and I'm very sweet and articulate so I'm good at making people feel good about themselves and saying romantic things, yet I've never considered writing love poetry to anyone simply because I think the majority of modern girls would find it cliched and dull, and wouldn't be able to relate to it unless it was written in barely legible text speak about giving head to random strangers on the back seat of a bus 5 minutes after they met them lol.

    Sorry if that sounds bitter, I guess it is though, I hate the fact romance and any kind of morals seem to have vanished from society and been replaced by one night stands and while-you-wait abortions.

    But alas, i digress, back to topic. Would a guy writing you a romantic poem or making you a nice warm bath surrounded by candles and stuff like that get you in the mood? Or is that just like sooooooo 1950's?
     
  2. naughty

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    Well Spank,

    I happen to love poetry and write it as well. I think that perhaps one has to gauge one's audience however. ;) Sometimes something too intense can scare away someone who is ambivalent. Rhyming poetry tends to also seem a bit cliched. But thought provoking poetry that let's them see a part of you not readily visible is a jewel. Just my .02 worth. Glad to see you are back with us! LOL!


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  3. soccerfanatic

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    Thanx lol, its been a long time no see :(

    I don't like non-rhyming poetry tbh, it can still be thought provoking and rhyme, I don't particularly like it when it doesn't, it just seems more of an unfinished story than a poem if it doesn't rhyme IMO.
     
  4. naughty

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    Really?

    So I gather you dont like Shakespeare,Byron, Shelley or Keats? I tell you what ... Let's exchange work. I will try to tell you as truthfully as possible how it affects me and why. By the way, there is nothing wrong with romance.

    Naughty

    Also I hope some of the other guys and women on the board will respond as well.

     
  5. madame_zora

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    It completely depends on the guy. If he can pull it off without sounding coaxed, it's good, but if it seems he's trying too hard, I don't like it.

    I have to agree with Naughty, I have an aversion to rhyming poetry unless it's PERFECT. I am FAR more critical of rhyming poetry than non-rhyming poetry or prose. It's just too easy to cop out on complying with the rhyme scheme and meter. Finding the right word should be based on whether it delivers the exact meaning or feeling instead of if it rhymes with "goat", but that's just my humble opinion.

    Having been blessed with many talented friends throughout the years has made me a horrible bitch about reading people's poetry, my expectations are often too high for mere mortals!
     
  6. jonb

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    I have a haiku about poetry:

    Like scattering leaves
    When trying to think of rhymes
    I only draw blanks
     
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    I also have a knack with poetry, but I don't use it very often, because I only write when I want to have meaning behind it. With art and literature, if you mass-produce, you tend to loose the "heart" of your work, I find.

    With romance poetry, loosing the "heart" is the last thing you want!
     
  8. Imported

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    pdrprst: I write songs because I have the similar problems with both rhymed and blank verse. The former feels too contrived, the latter is too free form. I find in song you can use repetition, call and response, and many of the poetic devices, but you also have inflection, volume, and musical phrases to clarify things.

    As to whether or not it would seduce me, well that isn't really too difficult for the right kind of girl. If she could write good poetry or songs, it would make her a keeper.
     
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    I hope drawing is the only kind of blanks! :lol:
     
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    Yeah, but I remember some of your erotic haiku from last year- pretty hot stuff.
     
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    I am not a poet by any means, but I do have a gift for writing, especially when it involves writing something about someone I care about or am really "into."

    As far as guys are concerned, I think it is a lovely gesture. I am a romantic by nature and enjoy seeing guys apply themselves through words. However, like some others have stated, if he is trying to hard to convey the message then it is not appealing. I think words come naturally... those that are natural are the ones that have more substance, at least in my opinion.
     
  12. naughty

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    Soooooo...

    Jonb writes erotic haiku? I want to see it! I think it is time for us to have a poetry section! I for one would love to read some of the poetry created by our members. By the way, has anyone seen or heard from Spank recently?

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    Yeah, but I remember some of your erotic haiku from last year- pretty hot stuff.
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  13. jonb

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    How about erotic cinquain?

    Your breasts
    And your beauty
    The place between your thighs
    I can't control him when I see
    I'm spent
     
  14. madame_zora

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    Jonb, is there no end to your knowledge of the obscure? Thanks for giving me so many reasons to Google!


    I'm here
    You're here as well
    We launch into nightfall
    Penetrating the barriers
    I'm yours
     
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  16. madame_zora

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    Okay, well I hate to quote myself, but we need to get past this loon's posts.
     
  17. InsertHere

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    If it's good poetry - WOW. In either case, it's the thought that counts, and writing poetry for someone (even bad poetry) is really sweet.

    I used to be very into the amateur poetry thing online, but I've found that since I left my ex and have been with my current beau, I haven't been writing much poetry. Something to do with being happier, perhaps?
     
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