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Love Poems Anonymous

It is good to be merry and wise;

It is good to be honest and true;

'Tis well to be off with the old love

Before you go on with the new

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Festus by P. J. Bailey

Ask not of me, love, what is love?

Ask what is good of God above--

Ask of the great sun what is light --

Ask what is darkness of the night --

Ask what is sweetness of thy kiss --

Ask of thyself what beauty is.

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Fra Lippo Lippi by Robert  Browning

Flower o' the broom,

Take away love, and our earth is a tomb!

Flower o' the clove,

All the Latin I construe is "amo," I love!

The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning

O lyric Love, half angel and half bird,

And all a wonder and a wild desire!

Don Juan, III by Lord Byron

In her first passion woman loves her lover;

In all the others, all she loves is love.

Don Juan, I by Lord Byron

Man's love is of man's life a thing apart,

"Tis woman's whole existence.

Troilus and Criseyde, I by Chaucer

For ever it was, and ever it shall befal

That Love is he that alle thing may bind

Light in August by William Faulkner

Perhaps they were right in putting love into books, ... Perhaps it could not live anywhere else.

Wer zum erstenmale liebt by Heine

He who for the first time loves,

Even vainly, is a God.

But the man who loves again,

And still vainly, is a fool.

Love by S.T. Cooleridge

All thoughts, all passions, all delights,

Whatever stirs this mortal frame,

Are but the ministers of Love

And feed his sacred flame.

Ingomar the Barbarian by Von Munch-Bellinghausen

Two souls with but a single thought,

Two hearts that beat as one.

Eclogues, X by Virgil

Loves conquers all; let us too yield to Love  In Latin: Omnia vincit Amor; et nos cedamus Amori

The Passionate Shepherd to His Love by Marlowe

Come live with me and be my Love,

And we will all the pleasures prove

That hills and valleys, dale and field,

Or woods, or steepy mountains yield

Annabel Lee by Edgar Allen Poe

It was many and many a year ago,

In a kingdom by the sea,

That a maiden there lived whom you may know

By the name of Annabel Lee;

And this maiden she lived with no other thought

Than to love and be loved by me