New York, NY (February 10, 2022)— This Valentine’s Day, the Academy of American Poets, the producer of—one of the world’s most popular online resources for poems—invites you to share more love poems. Here are fourteen selections by poets past and present from its curated collection of more than 100 for the upcoming occasion:

Lunch Break” by Francisco Aragón

i love you to the moon & by Chen Chen

Love Comes Quietly” by Robert Creeley

In That Other Fantasy Where We Live Forever” by Wanda Coleman 

If I Should Come Upon Your House Lonely in the West Texas Desert” by Natalie Diaz 

I Saw You” by Joshua Henry Jones, Jr.

She Walks in Beauty” by George Gordon Byron 

Recurrence” by Dorothy Parker

In the Heart of a Rose” by George Marion McClellan

Sonnets from the Cherokee (I)” by Ruth Muskrat Bronson

Sink Your Fingers into the Darkness of my Fur” by Ellen Bass

Will You?” by Carrie Fountain

Love Elegy in the Chinese Garden, with Koi” by Nathan McClain

Song Out Here” by Juan Felipe Herrera

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About the Academy of American Poets

Founded in 1934, the Academy of American Poets is the nation’s leading champion of poets and poetry with supporters in all fifty states. The organization produces, the world’s largest publicly funded website for poets and poetry; organizes National Poetry Month; publishes the popular Poem-a-Day series and American Poets magazine; provides award-winning resources to K–12 educators, including the Teach This Poem series; awards the American Poets Prizes; hosts an annual series of poetry readings and special events; and coordinates a national Poetry Coalition working together to promote the value poets bring to our culture.