One Art by Elizabeth Bishop
The art of losing isn't hard to master;
Loving and Beloved by Sir John Suckling
There never yet was honest man
Never give all the heart by W. B. Yeats
Never give all the heart, for love
What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why (Sonnet XLIII) by Edna St. Vincent Millay
What lips my lips have kissed, and where, and why,
I Am Not Yours by Sara Teasdale
I am not yours, not lost in you
Love's Secret by William Blake
Never seek to tell thy love
Caboose Thoughts by Carl Sandburg
It's going to come out all right—do you know
He would not stay for me, and who can wonder by A. E. Housman
He would not stay for me, and who can wonder
The More Loving One by W. H. Auden
Looking up at the stars, I know quite well
Be Near Me by Faiz Ahmed Faiz
Be near me now
I Do Not Love Thee by Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton
I do not love thee!—no! I do not love thee
Talking to Patrizia by Kenneth Koch
Patrizia doesn't want to
Witch-Wife by Edna St. Vincent Millay
She is neither pink nor pale,
Enemies by Dante Micheaux
The thing about entertaining them
Anna, Thy Charms by Robert Burns
Anna, thy charms my bosom fire
A Love Song by William Carlos Williams
What have I to say to you
To His Coy Love by Michael Drayton
I pray thee, leave, love me no more
Dregs by César Vallejo
This afternoon it is raining, as never before; and I
The Barrier by Claude McKay
I must not gaze at them although
Last Words to Miriam by D. H. Lawrence
Yours is the shame and sorrow
The Peace That So Lovingly Descends by Noelle Kocot
"You" have transformed into "my loss"
What Do I Care by Sara Teasdale
What do I care, in the dreams and the languor of spring
Opal by Amy Lowell
You are ice and fire,
Sonnet 12 [Alas, so all things now do hold their peace] by Petrarch
Alas, so all things now do hold their peace
Sonnet 102 [If no love is, O God, what fele I so?] by Petrarch
If no love is, O God, what fele I so
How Much? by Carl Sandburg
How much do you love me, a million bushels
Poetry Anonymous by Prageeta Sharma
Do not fall in love with a poet
The Heart Breaking by Abraham Cowley
It gave a piteous groan, and so it broke
I have lived in your face by Jean Valentine
I have lived in your face
Whoever You Are Holding Me Now in Hand by Walt Whitman
Whoever you are, holding me now in hand
I know I am but summer to your heart (Sonnet XXVII) by Edna St. Vincent Millay
I know I am but summer to your heart
Song of Myself, XI by Walt Whitman
Twenty-eight young men bathe by the shore
Pericardium by Joanna Klink
Am I not alone, as I thought I was, as I thought
Our Bed Is Also Green by Josh Bell
Please speak to me only of the present
Demon and The Dove by Miguel Murphy
The psychotherapist has a sad dove
Designer Kisses by Major Jackson
I'm glum about your sportive flesh in the empire of blab
I'm A Fool To Love You by Cornelius Eady
Some folks will tell you the blues is a woman,
Red and Blue Planets by Joni Wallace
What we're drawn to is proof enough
To A Sea-Cliff by Thomas Hardy
[I Failed Him and He Failed Me] by Katie Ford
I failed him and he failed me
This Deepening Takes Place Again by Emily Kendal Frey
What if everything
Love by Katy Lederer
We go back to our house. We are lovers
Amorosa Erranza by Julian Talamantez Brolaski
Passer Mortuus Est by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Death devours all lovely things
My Love Sent Me a List by Olena Kalytiak Davis
O my Love sent me a lusty list
Sometimes with One I Love by Walt Whitman
Sometimes with one I love I fill myself with rage for fear I
Love in Fantastique Triumph satt by Aphra Behn
Love in Fantastique Triumph satt
UTOPIA: Love as Free as a Fountain by Joe Hall
How could the news come?
They Romp with Wooly Canines by Patricia Smith
and spy whole lifetimes on the undersides of leaves
Not by Sophie Cabot Black
that you are unloved
The Unloved to His Beloved by William Alexander Percy
Could I pluck down Aldebaran
The Flight by Sara Teasdale
Look back with longing eyes and know that I will follow,
Prayer by Robert Glück
Dear Lord
They Were Not Kidding in the Fourteenth Century by Maureen N. McLane
They were not kidding
Conspiracy to Commit Larceny: A Recipe by Jennifer Militello
Take the man you think you love and his
To Electra by Robert Herrick
I dare not ask to kiss
Renouncement by Alice Meynell
I must not think of thee; and, tired yet strong,