|Class P - Language and literature
Subclass N - General literature
|Portal:Medieval poetry and succeeded Portal:Modern poetry. Two significant movements of this and subsequent periods were Portal:Enlightenment poetry and Portal:Romantic poetry.The renaissance is a historical age generally ocurring in the period 1420–1630. This period in poetry is preceded by|
- "Chapter 1: Holland—Verse and Prose", "Chapter 4: English Poetry" and "Chapter 6: French Verse and Prose", 1906 in The First Half of the Seventeenth Century by Herbert J. C. Grierson. In Saintsbury, George Edward Bateman. Periods of European Literature. vol. 7, pp. 1-48, 135-201, 244-284.
- Barnfield, Richard
- Dyer, Edward
- Heywood, Thomas
- Marlowe, Christopher
- Shakespeare, William
- Spenser, Edmund
- Wyatt, Thomas
- Kochanowski, Jan
- A Revocation
- Abide and Abide and Better Abide
- Accurs'd be he that first invented war!
- The Agony
- Alas Madam for Stealing of a Kiss
- The Altar
- The Appeal, Thomas Wyatt
- Ariel's Song
- Madam, withouten many words
- A Madrigal, William Shakespeare
- Mine own John Poins
- My Lute Awake!
- My galley
- Remembrance, Thomas Wyatt
- Sonnet 134, Thomas Wyatt translation of Petrarch's Rima, Sonnet 134
- Sonnet 75, Edmund Spenser
- The Sonnets, William Shakespeare
- Stand whoso list
- Stanzas on the death of Wyatt
- The Burning Babe
- The Country's Recreations
- The Face That Launch'd a Thousand Ships
- The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
- The long love that in my thought doth harbor
- Throughout the World
- To the Adriatic
- What Means This, When I Lie Alone?
- What Should I Say!
- What vaileth truth?!
- Who Ever Loved, That Loved Not at First Sight
- Who list his wealth and ease retain
- Whoso list to hunt