- Mother, Any Distance by Simon Armitage. Love’s Philosophy by Percy Bysshe Shelley.
- Sonnet 29 – ‘I think of thee!’ by Elizabeth Barret Browning.
- Walking Away by C. Day Lewis.
- When We Two Parted by Lord Byron.
- Letters from Yorkshire by Laura Dooley.
- Key themes and connections: poems that you might choose to compare.
What is the poem love and Relationships about?
The poem is about the painful end of a relationship, with suggestions that it was a secret and forbidden love. It is told from the viewpoint of the poet who is struck by grief. It has bitter and melancholic tone. The structure of the poem is regular in rhythm and rhyme and highly controlled.
What is the most beautiful love poem ever written?
- “How Do I Love Thee?,” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
- “When You Are Old,” by William Butler Yeats.
- “Sonnet 116,” by William Shakespeare.
- “undefined,” by e.e. cummings.
- “Love Sonnet XI,” by Pablo Neruda.
- “When I Too Long Have Looked Upon Your Face,” by Edna St.
- “Valentine,” by Carol Ann Duffy.
What is the best type of poem for love?
Popular choices for love poems include: Sonnet – A style of poetry most associated with Shakespeare. At only 14 lines long, a sonnet is perfect for expressing strong emotions. Acrostic – A poem in which the first letter of each line spells out a word (e.g., the name of your beloved).