The description of English poets with their poems
A List of Famous English Poets includes Poems of all time Famous English Poets. Read and Enjoy Poetry by English Poets.
Who is the best English poet? This list includes the greats, poets such as Rudyard Kipling, John Keats, Geoffrey Chaucer, and William Shakespeare. From the Renaissance, to the Jacobean era, to the Restoration, to the modern day, great English poets have been making readers think across the ages.
Written works have the ability to make us feel. They make us want to believe, be inspired, and live vicariously through the stories we read on the page. It all begins with the words written on the page. Whether short or long form, poetry is often illusory, and full of rich imagery or hidden meaning. It is these elements which provoke readers to dig deeper and make poetry so engaging and moving.
The best of poems and poets are read throughout the ages. They are read from generation to generation and taught throughout school to young students. Poets and their poetry have the ability to take us places and into the lives of those we’ve never imagined. Poets are often tortured souls or great thinkers who show readers a new view of the world they never would have imagined.
English Poems awaken the dormant soul in us. We all come at place, where we feel dejected and disenfranchised with this materialistic world, once in our lives. At that time of undetermined condition and confusion, the poems will make our heart clear of all the debris and unwanted feelings and make our heart pure with the awakened soul. We have to make it clear that we want peace and love in this wonderful life over all other things of materialism. Here are those poems which come under this kind of nature to make yourself proud of having been born MAN / WOMAN in this beautiful world. We have collected these poems with diligence and long-waiting. The list may vary from person to person. Of course, no one could determine what the best poem is. The choice of yours may be different. Ours is not the final list. Here is the complete list of poems about the various topics.
Almost all poets:
Amis Kingsley, Alan Alexander Milne,Alfred Edward Housman,Austin Alfred, Archie Randolph Ammons,Arthur Seymour John Tessimond,Adam Lindsay Gordon,Adrian Green,Alan Seeger,Alec Derwent Hope,Aleister Crowley,Aleksandr Blok,Alexander Pope,Alexander Pushkin,Algernon Charles Swinburne,Allen Ginsberg,Ambrose Bierce,Amy Clampitt,Amy Levy,Amy Lowell,Andrei Voznesensky,Andrew Barton Paterson,Andrew Marvell,Ann Taylor,Anna Akhmatova,Anne Bradstreet,Anne Bronte,Anne Killigrew,Anne Kingsmill Finch,Anne Sexton,Anthony Hecht,Archibald MacLeish,Arthur Hugh Clough,Arthur Symons,Audre Lorde,Barry Tebb,Belinda Subraman,Ben Jonson,Bertolt Brecht,Bhaskar Roy Barman,Billy Collins,Bliss Carman,Brooks Haxton,Clive Staples Lewis,Carl Sandburg,Carolyn Kizer,Charles Baudelaire,Charles Bukowski,Charles Kingsley,Charles Simic,Charles Sorley,Charles Webb,Charlotte Bronte,Charlotte Smith,Christina Rossetti,Christopher Smart,Claude McKay,Conrad Aiken,Constantine P. Cavafy,Countee Cullen,Coventry Patmore,Craig Erick Chaffin,Craig Raine,Czeslaw Milosz,Dame Edith Sitwell,Abercrombie Lascelles