Love poems, an emotional phrase that gives all of us some deep thoughts, weather you like lyrics or not. As you are reading this I assume that you like poetry. Do you read or listen? I like to do both. Beautiful written texts are always remarkable reading. On the other hand...listening to a verse by a master narrator is also delightful. This article is about poems on audio books. You will also find some quotes from the authors.
There is no grading in this listing but I felt I had to start with Shakespeare's The Sonnets. They serve as one of the most beautiful romantic love poems ever written and also give us an idea of the mind of the genius behind these captivating words.
There are twelve specially selected favorite's. To mention some of them; Edward Fitzgerald's meditations from The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, Edward Lear's comic verse The Owl and The Pussycat, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, John Donne's The Sunne Rising and lines from John Milton's Paradise Lost, Robert Herrick's Delight in Disorder and Shakespeare's Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day.
Listening and reading love poems can be a great source of joy. However, there is actually one better way to indulge these words by masters: Read the poem to your dear one yourself. Get inspired and surprise your love with a passionate sonnet by Shakespeare this evening.