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Best 100 Famous Love Poems

Top 100 Famous Love Poems All-Time. These are the 100 most popular and all-time best love poems ever written by the famous poets in history like William Shakespeare, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Robert Burns, Emily Dickinson, George (Lord) Byron, and more. Don't forget to view our great list of the Top 100 Love Poems by modern poets and our Top 10 Famous Short Love Poems.

RankFamous PoemPoet
1 Walt Whitman Walt Whitman
2 The Growth of Love Robert Seymour Bridges
3 The Lesson Maya Angelou
4 The Vision of Judgment George (Lord) Byron
5 The Waste Land T S (Thomas Stearns) Eliot
6 A Red Red Rose Robert Burns
7 LOVE William Wordsworth
8 Song of the Open Road Walt Whitman
9 The Marriage of Heaven and Hell William Blake
10 The Triumph of Life Percy Bysshe Shelley
11 The Dream George (Lord) Byron
12 The Three Voices Lewis Carroll
13 Hyperion John Keats
14 HUMANITAD Oscar Wilde
15 Howl Allen Ginsberg
16 Friend Rabindranath Tagore
17 Sonnet 29 William Shakespeare
18 Loves Secret William Blake
19 We Alone Alice Walker
20 All the Worlds a Stage William Shakespeare
21 THE IDIOT BOY William Wordsworth
22 When You are Old William Butler Yeats
23 I had no time to hate because Emily Dickinson
24 The Ballad of the White Horse G K Chesterton
25 White Flock Anna Akhmatova
26 Touched by An Angel Maya Angelou
27 Inferno (English) Dante Alighieri
28 The Hunting Of The Snark Lewis Carroll
29 Love Is Nikki Giovanni
30 Poem of Joys Walt Whitman
31 Snow Robert Frost
32 She Walks in Beauty George (Lord) Byron
33 The Knights Tale Geoffrey Chaucer
34 As I Sat Alone by Blue Ontario's Shores Walt Whitman
35 Love and Friendship Emily Bronte
36 Lara George (Lord) Byron
37 Ode To Silence Edna St Vincent Millay
38 Dickinson Poems by Number Emily Dickinson
39 I Am Not Yours Sara Teasdale
40 Ravenna Oscar Wilde
41 Three Women Sylvia Plath
42 A Lovers Complaint William Shakespeare
43 The Four Ages of Man Anne Bradstreet
44 The White Cliffs Alice Duer Miller
45 The Most Beautiful Woman In Town Charles Bukowski
46 THE DUNGEON William Wordsworth
47 The Holy Grail Alfred Lord Tennyson
48 How Do I Love Thee? Elizabeth Barrett Browning
49 The Seasons: Winter James Thomson
50 The Walk Friedrich von Schiller
51 Ode to a Nightingale John Keats
52 Annabel Lee Edgar Allan Poe
53 Sea Dreams Alfred Lord Tennyson
54 The Princess (prologue) Alfred Lord Tennyson
55 Sonnet 71 William Shakespeare
56 Paradise Lost: Book 05 John Milton
57 So I Say GOODBYE Tupac Shakur
58 Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
59 Song at Sunset Walt Whitman
60 I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You Pablo Neruda
61 Love Sarah Fuller Flower Adams
62 Before Sleep Ezra Pound
63 Gratitude -- is not the mention Emily Dickinson
64 Her Anxiety William Butler Yeats
65 The Ghosts Robert William Service
66 The Hourglass Ben Jonson
67 Sacrifice Ralph Waldo Emerson
68 Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror John Ashbery
69 Paradise Lost: Book 09 John Milton
70 Nostalgia Billy Collins
71 The Bride of Abydos George (Lord) Byron
72 The Break Away Anne Sexton
73 A Birthday Aleister Crowley
74 Four Riddles Lewis Carroll
75 The Witch Of Atlas Percy Bysshe Shelley
76 The Lady of the Lake Sir Walter Scott
77 My November Guest Robert Frost
78 On the Way Edwin Arlington Robinson
79 Passage to India Walt Whitman
80 Love is more thicker than forget Edward Estlin (E E) Cummings
81 Letter In November Sylvia Plath
82 The Dream John Donne
83 The Shadow Amy Lowell
84 Give All to Love Ralph Waldo Emerson
85 Ode to Beauty Ralph Waldo Emerson
86 The Everlasting Mercy John Masefield
87 CHARMIDES Oscar Wilde
88 An Essay On Criticism Alexander Pope
89 To A Friend Matthew Arnold
90 Happiness Raymond Carver
91 The Wood Charlotte Bronte
92 Mending Wall Robert Frost
93 The Everlasting Gospel William Blake
94 Let America Be America Again Langston Hughes
95 Paradise Lost: Book 02 John Milton
96 Tears Idle Tears Alfred Lord Tennyson
97 To My Enemy Lucy Maud Montgomery
98 A Song Of Despair Pablo Neruda
99 A Dialogue Of Self And Soul William Butler Yeats
100 Friendship Henry David Thoreau