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50 Classic Love Poems You Have To Read (Golden Deer Classics) - cover

50 Classic Love Poems You Have To Read (Golden Deer Classics)

Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, Walt Whitman, Lord Byron, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Christopher Marlowe, Ralph Waldo Emerson, EMILY DICKINSON, Robert Burns, Elizabeth Barret Browning, Robert Louis Stevenson, William Le Queux, John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Robert Herrick, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Walter Scott, Thomas Moore, Rabindranath Tagore, Sara Teasdale, John Clare, Anne Bradstreet, Alfred Tennyson, John Donne, Michael Drayton, Kahlil Gibran, Leigh Hunt, Andrew Marvell, Wilmott John, Christina Rossetti, Sir Thomas Wyatt, George Etherege, John Boyle O'Reilly, Golden Deer Classics, Patience Worth, Christopher Brennan

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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Summary

1. Lord Byron - She Walks in Beauty
2. Christina Rossetti - I Loved You First: But Afterwards Your Love
3. Walt Whitman - A Glimpse
4. W.Shakespeare - Let Me Not To The Marriage Of True Minds
5. John Donne - The Good-Morrow
6. K.Gibran - Love One Another
7. Robert Browning - Meeting At Night
8. E.Dickinson - My River
9. P.B. Shelley - Love's Philosophy
10. Alfred Tennyson - Maud
11. E.A. Poe - Annabel Lee
12. J.Keats - Bright Star
13. Andrew Marvell - To His Coy Mistress
14. E.A. Poe - To Helen
15. R.Tagore - Unending Love
16. Elizabeth B. Browning - How Do I Love Thee?
17. Ella W. Wilcox - I Love You
18. E.Dickinson - Wild Nights
19. Sara Teasdale - I Am Not Yours
20. E.A.Poe - A Valentine
21. George Etherege - Sylvia
22. W.Shakespeare - My Mistress' Eyes Are Nothing Like The Sun
23. Michael Drayton - Since there's no help, come let us kiss and part
24. Samuel T. Coleridge - Love
25. R.Burns - A Red, Red Rose
26. T.Wyatt - Whoso List To Hunt
27. Patience Worth - Who Said That Love Was Fire?
28. W.Shakespeare - Shall I Compare Thee To A Summer's Day?
29. E.Dickinson - That I Did Always Love
30. C.Brennan - Because She Would Ask Me Why I Loved Her
31. O.Wilde - We Are Made One with What We Touch and See
32. C.Marlowe - Who Ever Loved That Loved Not At First Sight?
33. E.Dickinson - Come Slowly, Eden
34. W.Shakespeare - My Love Is As A Fever, Longing Still
35. Unknown - The Maiden's Song
36. P.B. Shelley - Indian Serenade
37. E.A. Poe - A Dream Within A Dream
38. W.Morris - Love Is Enough
39. John Clare - First Love
40. P.B. Shelley - Music When Soft Voices Die (To --)
41. Thomas Moore - Believe Me, if All Those Endearing Young Charms
42. R.L. Stevenson - Love What Is Love
43. Anne Bradstreet - To My Dear And Loving Husband
44. John B. O'Reilly - A White Rose
45. Ralph W. Emerson - Give All To Love
46. Leigh Hunt - Jenny Kiss'd Me
47. Dante G. Rossetti - A Little While
48. W.Scott - Lochinvar
49. John Wilmot - Love And Life
50. Robert Herrick - Sweet Disorder
Available since: 01/04/2018.

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