Haiku, the short Japanese form of poetry, is not often used in erotic literature. Oliver Grant chose it for his first collection of erotic gay poems. Most of the verses contain metaphor, often with lots of imagination, sometimes unusual. Very erotic, the poems range from the subtle to the crude, but avoid vulgarity. Many have a strong sense of humor, even those in the S-and-M mood! Following the general trend in haiku, grant does not give titles to each poem; they are grouped under several categories.
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About the Author
Oliver Grant's collection of gay short stories entitled "Tales of Love and Hate" was his first work to be published. "Erotic Haiku", a collection of very erotic gay poems, is his second work. They both have in common Grant's preferred theme of gay erotica. Both also show Grant's rich imagination, as well as his strong sense of humor.