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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
Poetica Erotica by Tim Cross is a collection of love and romance poems that would appeal most to an audience of adult poetry lovers who enjoy erotic themes. The collection holds more than 50 different poems that explore the motives of those who utilize online dating websites. The poems all reflect the different wondering and motives that may have been involved in the online dating website decision, ranging from causes like loneliness to the seeking of a discreet partner. Are you ready to explore the realms of online dating through the lens of poetry?
Poetica Erotica by Tim Cross is a well-written collection of poetry with an intriguing cover that aroused my interest in the pages that followed. The author did a wonderful job in keeping each poem unique while also keeping them all tied together by a theme. Each poem was written over a black and white image that matched up with the words of each poem perfectly. The explicit nature of some of the images does make this poetry collection more suited for an adult audience. However, I personally found that the images were well chosen and served to enhance the collection. My favorite poem in the collection was titled “You.” This poem only had four lines to it, but it made me smile as it reminded me of the 'roses are red and violets are blue' children’s poem, yet I personally found this poem to be the better one. I liked the way the author varied the lengths of the poems so that each one was the perfect length for the topic of the poem.