Here are links to poems I love. See also posts on poetry.

Anon Western Wind

Maya Angelou Still I Rise

Matthew Arnold Dover Beach

Matthew Arnold To Marguerite: Continued

Matthew Arnold: The Scholar-Gipsy

WH Auden: As I Walked Out One Evening

WH Auden: Funeral Blues

WH Auden: If I Could Tell You

WH Auden: In Memory of WB Yeats

WH Auden Lullaby

WH Auden: O Tell Me the Truth Love

WH Auden: Night Mail

WH Auden: Refugee Blues

WH Auden: September 1, 1939

WH Auden: The Unknown Citizen

WH Auden Musee des Beaux Arts

John Betjeman: A Subaltern’s Love Song

Sujata Bhatt: A Different History

Elizabeth Barrett Browning How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways

Robert Browning:  Andrea del Sarto

Robert Browning: The Last Ride Together

Sharon Bryan: Sweater Weather: A Love Song to Language

Robert Burns: A Red, Red Rose

Robert Burns: John Anderson, My Jo

Billy Collins: Birthday

Billy Collins: Fool Me Good

Billy Collins: Forgetfulness

Billy Collins: House

Billy Collins: Litany

Billy Collins: The Lanyard

Billy Collins: The Trouble with Poetry

Wendy Cope A Vow

Wendy Cope: Flowers

Wendy Cope From June to December Summer Villanelle

Wendy Cope: Spared

Wendy Cope: Valentine

Wendy Cope Exchange of Letters

Emily Dickinson Wild Nights! Wild Nights!

John Donne: The Good-Morrow

Rita Dove: Maple Valley Branch Library, 1967

TS Eliot: Rhapsody on a Windy Night

TS Eliot: The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock

James Fenton Hinterhof

James Fenton: In Paris with You

Lawrence Ferlinghetti I Am Waiting

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Sometime During Eternity

Robert Frost Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

Robert Frost The Road Not Taken

John Fuller Valentine

Leah Furnas: The Longly-Weds Know

Allen Ginsberg: A Supermarket in California

Oliver Goldsmith The Deserted Village

Barbara Hamby: Ode to American English

Thomas Hardy The Darkling Thrush

Adrian Henri: Tonight at Noon

Adrian Henri Love Is…

Ted Hughes: The Thought-Fox

Ben Jonson: To Celia

John Keats Bright Star

John Keats La Belle Dame Sans Merci

John Keats Ode to Autumn

John Keats: Ode to a Grecian Urn

John Keats: Ode to a Nightingale

John Keats On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer

Philip Larkin: Annus Mirabilis

Philip Larkin Days

Philip Larkin: Homage to a Government

Philip Larkin: Sad steps

Philip Larkin: The Old Fools

Philip Larkin The Trees

Philip Larkin An Arundel Tomb

Philip Larkin MCMXIV

Philip Larkin Toads

Philip Larkin Next, Please

Philip Larkin Vers de Societe

Philip Larkin Aubade

DH Lawrence Piano

Roger McGough From Summer with Monika

Roger McGough Ten Milk Bottles

Louis MacNeice Snow

Louis MacNeice The Sunlight on the Garden

Walter de la Mare The Listeners

Andrew Marvell: To His Coy Mistress

John Masefield Sea Fever

Edna St Vincent Millay What Lips My Have Kissed, and Where, and Why

Edwin Morgan One Cigarette

Edwin Muir The Confirmation

Ogden Nash Reprise

Alfred Noyes The Highwayman

Brian Patten: First Love

Brian Patten: Dressed

Brian Patten: That Dress, This Shirt

Christina Rossetti Remember

William Shakespeare Sonnet 18

William Shakespeare Sonnet 30

William Shakespeare Sonnet 73

William Shakespeare Sonnet 104

William Shakespeare: Sonnet 116

William Shakespeare Sonnet 129

William Shakespeare Sonnet 130

Percy Bysshe Shelley To a Skylark

Lemn Sissay Invisible Kisses

Debra Spencer: Day Bath

Debra Spencer: The Discovery of Sex

Alfred Tennyson Come into the Garden, Maud

Alfred Tennyson Crossing the Bar

Alfred Tennyson The Lady of Shallot

Alfred Tennyson: Ulysses

Dylan Thomas: Do Not Go into that Gentle Night

Dylan Thomas: Fern Hill

Dylan Thomas: In My Craft or Sullen Art

CK Williams Love: Beginnings

William Wordsworth Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey

William Wordsworth Ode on Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood

William Wordsworth She Dwelt among the Untrodden Ways

William Wordsworth The Daffodils

WB Yeats: Sailing to Byzantium

WB Yeats: The Second Coming

WB Yeats: The Wild Swans of Coole

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