Poems exploring eroticism: In CL1.Image-the life-like picture of a girlfriend aids a lonesome lover’s autoeroticism. Her face becomes as vivid in her lover’s mind as in a teledildonic transfer.CL2.Nightcap-A great boxing event for charity, where pretty topless waitresses collect funds, but it’s another private event for the sexually liberated that is the cherry on top for a great night -out. CL3.Seduction-A blue-eyed golden boy’s awakening love for women is a powerful experience in his detection of eroticism, but he is abused by a homosexual colleague with a reputation, at night in a boys boarding school. CL4.Orgy-After a vernissage, a friend of sponsor of artists and poets, who admires the plays of Schnitzler, throws a party for libertines. Artistic scenes of entangled bodies in the bedrooms entice him as live paintings from his favourite artists, Klimt and Schiele, suddenly turned into reality. CL5.Chocolate-In an act of jealousy by an uncouth patron, an artist, who fell in love with his girlfriend, is publicly attacked by him with a plate of spaghetti. A coloured man, having experienced xenophobia and racial abuse, helps the unfortunate poet to clean up. Having a laugh about it they become friends and decide to celebrate their unusual night out in a brothel. CL6.Party-Love-A man and a woman meet at a party. Abandoned by their partners, they find they have not only common interests, but having talked themselves into a desire to fall in love with each other. CL7. Soixante neuf-Experiencing with sexual love, the young lady friend of an art student arrives for a short visit. She is ready for sharing her discovery for sexual love, but both need to have a firsthand experience in expanding their sexual horizons. It seems they have a natural hang for it. CL8.Wheel of Love-In the City of Gold, C, a libertine arranges a party, where three invited couples are drawn to other couple’s opposite partners. Their experiences are varied, as much as their backgrounds and present states of mind. C enjoys her guest’s sexual games. Will their attitudes to the night’s experiences change their views about sex and love?