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In your opinion, what are some of the best poems? My personal favorite is “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe.

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I really like “Farewell to False Love,” by Sir Walter Raleigh.A Farewell to False LoveSir Walter RaleighFarewell false love, the oracle of lies, A mortal foe and enemy to rest, An envious boy, from whom all cares arise, A bastard vile, a beast with rage possessed, A way of error, a temple full of treason, In all effects contrary unto reason. A poisoned serpent covered all with flowers, Mother of sighs, and murderer of repose, A sea of sorrows whence are drawn such showers As moisture lend to every grief that grows; A school of guile, a net of deep deceit, A gilded hook that holds a poisoned bait. A fortress foiled, which reason did defend, A siren song, a fever of the mind, A maze wherein affection finds no end, A raging cloud that runs before the wind, A substance like the shadow of the sun, A goal of grief for which the wisest run. A quenchless fire, a nurse of trembling fear, A path that leads to peril and mishap, A true retreat of sorrow and despair, An idle boy that sleeps in pleasure’s lap, A deep mistrust of that which certain seems, A hope of that which reason doubtful deems. Sith* then thy trains my younger years betrayed,[since] And for my faith ingratitude I find; And sith repentance hath my wrongs bewrayed*,[revealed] Whose course was ever contrary to kind*:[nature] False love, desire, and beauty frail, adieu. Dead is the root whence all these fancies grew. 

Here’s the fifty most popular poems, and below these 50 poems is some of the most enjoyed poems, some of which are from Edgar Allen Poe.1Phenomenal Woman – Maya Angelou2Where the Sidewalk Ends – Shel Silverstein3If You Forget Me – Pablo Neruda4I carry your heart with me – E. E. Cummings5The Road Not Taken – Robert Frost6A Dream Within A Dream – Edgar Allan Poe7There is another sky – Emily Dickinson8Life Is Fine – Langston Hughes9A Girl – Ezra Pound10Messy Room- Shel Silverstein11To My Wife – With A Copy Of My PoemsOscar Wilde12Still I Rise – Maya Angelou13Let America Be America Again- Langston Hughes14To You- Walt Whitman15Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening- Robert Frost16I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud- William Wordsworth17The New Poetry Handbook- Mark Strand18Funeral Blues – W. H. Auden19Touched by An Angel- Maya Angelou20The RavenEdgar – Allan Poe ***21Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night -Dylan Thomas22A Word to Husbands -Ogden Nash23Bear In There -Shel Silverstein24If those I loved were lost-Emily Dickinson25Romance-Edgar Allan Poe26Seeker Of Truth-E. E. Cummings27I Taught Myself To Live Simply-Anna Akhmatova28Walking Around-Pablo Neruda29Digging-Seamus Heaney30Brown Penny-William Butler Yeats31The Broken Heart-William Barnes32A Birthday Poem-Ted Kooser33The Mother-Gwendolyn Brooks34A Life-Sylvia Plath35As Soon as Fred Gets Out of Bed-Jack Prelutsky36I’m not Yours-Sara Teasdale37And The Moon And The Stars And The World-Charles Bukowski38America-Allen Ginsberg39Those Winter Sundays-Robert Hayden40All the World’s a Stage-William Shakespeare41A Poison Tree-William Blake42Daddy-Sylvia Plath43Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face-Jack Prelutsky44O Captain! My Captain!-Walt Whitman45A Red, Red Rose-Robert Burns46I know why the caged bird sings-Maya Angelou47Fast rode the knight-Stephen Crane48Happiness-Raymond Carver49A Pretty a Day-E. E. Cummings50Dream Deferred – Langston HughesHere’s some more:Bacchanalia Or The New Age-Matthew ArnoldBarbara Frietchie-John Greenleaf WhittierBarrack-Room BalladsRudyard KiplingBefore Dawn-Algernon Charles SwinburneBirches-Robert Lee FrostBlueberries-Robert Lee FrostBy The Sea-Christina RossettiChartres Windows-Rudyard KiplingChorus Of Athenians-Alexander PopeClancy Of The Overflow-Banjo Paterson (Andrew Barton)Columbus-Alfred Lord TennysonCome, My Celia-Ben JonsonFrom Perugia-John Greenleaf WhittierFrom The Sea-Sara TeasdaleGold Hair – A Story Of Pornic-Robert BrowningHe Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven-William Butler YeatsHeap Cassia, Sandal-Buds And Stripes-Robert BrowningHope Triumphant In Death-Thomas CampbellHow Doth The Little Crocodile-Lewis CarrollHow The Favourite Beat Us-Banjo Paterson (Andrew Barton)I Knew A Man By Sight-Henry David ThoreauI Sing The Body Electric-Walt WhitmanIf This Great World Of Joy And Pain-William WordsworthIf Thou Indeed Derive Thy Light From Heaven-William WordsworthIn Hardwood Groves-Robert Lee FrostIn Memoriam A.H.H (106)Alfred Lord TennysonIn Memoriam A.H.H (69)Alfred Lord TennysonIn Memoriam A.H.H (88)Alfred Lord TennysonIn School-Days-John Greenleaf WhittierIn Youth I Have Known One-Edgar Allan PoeIsolation – To Marguerite-Matthew ArnoldIt Is A Beauteous Evening-William WordsworthIt sifts from Leaden Sieves-Emily DickinsonJane’s Marriage-Rudyard KiplingJerusalem-Nizar QabbaniJoaquin Miller’s Home On The Hights-Joaquin MillerJoseph’s Dreams And Reuben’s Brethren (A Recital In Six Chapters)-Henry LawsonJune Bracken And Heather-Alfred Lord TennysonLa Belle Dame Sans Merci-John KeatsLake Eliza-Henry LawsonLaugh And Be Merry-John MasefieldLiving By-Ben JonsonLongings For Home-Walt WhitmanLucy Hooper-John Greenleaf WhittierMarch, March, Ettrick And Teviotdale-Walter Scott (Sir)Margaret-Alfred Lord TennysonMarguerite-John Greenleaf WhittierMaud Muller-John Greenleaf WhittierMending Wall-Robert Lee FrostMerchandise-John Milton HayesMilton (Alcaics)-Alfred Lord TennysonMirage-Christina RossettiMowgli’s Song Against People-Rudyard KiplingMr. Sludge, “The Medium”-Robert BrowningMud-Edward DysonMy Butterfly-Robert Lee FrostMy Fancy-Lewis CarrollMy first well Day — since many ill –Emily DickinsonMy Old Football-John Milton HayesMy Young Son Asks Me-Bertolt BrechtNatura naturans-Arthur Hugh Clough