Literary Sexts is a modern day anthology of short love poems with subtle erotic undertones edited by Amanda Oaks & Caitlyn Siehl. Hovering around 26 Poetic And Steamy Literary Sexts You Can Send To Your Lover Quotes on Quote Catalog. Quote Catalog is the quote engine of the internet. sext: i can still feel the echo of your fingerprints dancing on my skin. i talk to the moon and tell him all about you. i wonder if he recognises you.
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Jun 29, Victoria Dudley rated it it was amazing. Forgive me for being childish, but I would like to see you burn. Ariel Sierra rated lterary really liked it Oct 13, Poems that you would slip into a back pocket, suitcase, wallet or purse on the sly.
This is beyond disgusting and profane.
The problem is, despite loving the concept, the execution was not what I had hoped. This is a short collection of “poems” written as text messages. To ask other readers questions about Literary Sextsplease sign up.
Literary Sexts : A Collection of Short & Sexy Love Poems
Apr 09, Rawan Gamal rated it liked it. Reading Literary Sexts is reading the first poem and thinking to yourself how cute and sweet it is.
Is that quote even in this collection? Each accepted contributor will receive one copy of the anthology upon release.
You are commenting using your Facebook account. And when I leave you will finally understand, why storms are named after people.
Those make the entire book worth reading; and in any case, the idea is exquisite: Long story short I loved it and am Reading Literary Sexts is reading the first poem and thinking to yourself how cute and sweet it is. I think I actually might have enjoyed the short descriptions about and from each author at the end of the book even more then the literary sexts. But, oh, the roar of victory.
Literary Sexts Quotes by Amanda Oaks
Tilt your head back. Open Preview See a Problem? I am searching for a place to call home. Every little bit helps, thank you! Poets should aspire to write like these found in Literary Sexts: I have this dream where I do liteerary try to sell you an idea of myself Sext: I did not like this at all and I’m a sucker for sexte love quoteslooks like i have no heart.
Daimpaul rated it it was amazing Aug 13, The idea is clever, and certainly could work.
Oh, when you love it. Abhishek Sedts rated it it was amazing May 03, Mark me like a passage from your favorite book, then open me there again and again. Connect with her http: Enya-Genisis Cruz rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Most of them had a really clever description about themselves and what they do and it was just really cute. I want to sift under your hands like stardust. The short and light nature of the poems left me able to read more of them which is actually a good thing. Have you ever seen the skin of you that the summer has not birthed new?
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. You can never read just one, you literxry yourself reading the next one, then the next one, until you have to put the book down just so you can sort out the maelstrom of emotions, thoughts and images brought out by the little glimpses into what love is through the eyes of poets.
Reading Literary Sexts is reading the first poem and thinking to yourself how cute and sweet it is. This book hooked me on the dedication page, and I’m eagerly awaiting Volume 2! We call this bravery. Want to Read saving…. Poems that you would text to your lover. There were some that really got me and I really connected with them but in the last ten pages I felt like I was reading to get it done and not for fun.
Our mouths open and we spill into each other, like wine. I really don’t know what to say about these “poems”. Then you read five, ten poems more and begin to really get into it and right when you’re thinking “this book was such a good idea” you read one particular poem that hits you square in the chest and you just kind of sit back in your chair with a soft “oh”.
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