Love is a universal language and has been around for thousands of years.
In many cultures, the idea of love is one of the most important human experiences.
We can find many poems which express our innermost feelings, and these poems are often the most popular.
The best known are the love poems and they are often considered by some to be the ultimate expressions of love.
Many of these poems also feature love’s most famous figures.
These are the Love Poems of Literature.
Here are the 25 Love Poets of Literature that are most commonly read and studied.1.
The Odyssey by Homer The Odyssey was a Greek epic poem which tells the story of a young boy, Odysseus, who journeys through the underworld to find his father and the gods.
The first verse of the poem is written by Homer in his second-century B.C.E. style.2.
The Elegies of Love by Joyce The ELegies of love are one of our most popular love poems, and Joyce was born in the 1800s.
Joyce’s love poems were published in 1882.
He wrote two poems, one about his mother, and the other about his lover, Alice, and he was the first to use the name love.3.
The Marriage of Figaro by Michelangelo Michelangelo painted figaro (figurine of love) in 1885.
He painted the figure in three dimensions and the figure was known as love.4.
The Three Little Pigs by Emily Dickinson Emily Dickinson’s poem, The Three Small Pigs, is about love.
Dickinson was a prolific poet and was one of only a handful of women to win the Pulitzer Prize in fiction in her lifetime.5.
Love is an Illusion by D.H. Lawrence Love is so common that the poet and novelist D. H. Lawrence wrote about it in his book The Secret Life of the Body.6.
The Ode to Joy by Emily Blunt When Emily Blum released her first novel, The Oedipus and the Frog in 2010, it was widely hailed as one of her greatest works.
It tells the tale of two brothers who discover a powerful force called love and embark on a journey to become the most powerful person in the world.7.
The Seven Stages of a Woman’s Life by Joan Didion Joan Didio was a leading figure in the feminist movement and she was one who influenced many of us today.
Didio’s book, The Seven Steps of a Female’s Life, tells the stories of a woman’s journey through life.8.
The Golden Thread by George Orwell The Golden Wheel is one the most famous of the Seven Stations of a Journey in that it tells the path of a person from the beginning of their journey to the end of their life.9.
The Last of the Mohicans by Josef K. Ferdinand Josef Ferdinand, a 15th century German nobleman, was one the great men of his time and one of those who wrote about love, marriage and love in the context of history.10.
The Joy of Love: The Joys of Loving by Alice Munro Alice Munros love story The Joy was widely known as one the best loved love stories.
Munro wrote it in 1913.11.
The Song of Love (or The Heart of the Heart) by Elizabeth Gilbert The Song was published in 1797 and was the last poem to be published in English.
It was written by the 19-year-old Elizabeth Gilbert, who died in 1820.12.
The Little Red Riding Hood by Mary Pickford Pickford was the 19th century author who also wrote the classic tale The Little Green Men.13.
The Book of Love and Marriage by W.B. Yeats Yeats’ classic poem, the Book of the Long Distance Lover, is considered one of America’s best-loved love stories and is considered to be one of its most timeless poems.14.
The Life of a Marriage by Charlotte Brontë The life of a married couple, Charlotte Brond and John Blond, was widely read and considered to have a profound influence on how women lived their lives.15.
The Tale of Two Hearts by William Shakespeare The Tale is one and a half lines of Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, the story which tells how the hero and heroine of the story, a boy and a girl, fall in love.16.
The Love Song of Lili Elbe by Charlotte Maud Montgomery The song of Lil Elbe is a song about love and is written and sung by Charlotte Merritt in 1839.17.
The Red Rose by Margaret Mitchell Margaret Mitchell wrote the book The Red Roses, which tells of a love story.
Mitchell’s novel, which won the Pulitzer prize in 1939, is one that many writers cite as a great influence on their writing.18.
The Romance of the Three Sisters by Frances Hodgson Frances Hodgsonian was a British novelist, journalist and activist who wrote several books about love including The Heart Is a Lonely Place