Famous Love Poems
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Here you will find long and short love poems by famous authors. Another great site to learn about poetry in general is on Wikipedia. Pablo Neruda’s love poems are a great piece of work. Bartleby’s also has a good selection of famous love poems. Whether you are looking for a wedding love poem or some romantic poetry to read to your girlfriend, you can find over 101 famous love poems right here.
Popular Love Poetry by Well-Known Poets
- Edgar Allan Poe Love Poems
- Emily Dickinson
- Lord Alfred Tennyson
- William Shakespeare
- & Many More Authors
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Poem About Love of the Day
Astrophil and Stella 102: "Where be the roses gone, which sweetened so our eyes?" by Sir Philip Sidney
Where be the roses gone, which sweetened so our eyes? Where those red cheeks, which oft with fair increase did frame The height of honor in the kindly badge of shame? Who hath the crimson weeds stolen from my morning skies? How doth the color vade of those vermilion dyes, Which Nature's self did make, and self engrained the same! I would know by what right this paleness overcame Th
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