These are the poems I've read so far:
1 William Blake (Songs of Innocence), The Blossom
2 William Blake (SoI) Introduction
3 William Blake (SoI) The Ecchoing Green
4 William Blake (SoI) The Lamb, The Shepherd
5 Robert Herrick, To the Virgins to Make Much of Time
6 George Gordon, Lord Byron, Farewell!
7 Thomas Hood, I Remember, I Remember
8 Walt Whitman, I Hear America Singing
9 Lewis Carroll, Father William
10 William Ernest Henley, Invictus
11 Sir John Suckling. Why so Pale and Wan
12 Richard Lovelace, To Lucasta, On Going to the Wars
13 Sir Walter Scott, Native Land
14 William Wordsworth, The World is Too Much with Us
15 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The Village Blacksmith
16 Ralph Waldo Emerson, Brahma
17 Robert Louis Stevenson, Requiem
18 W. B. Yeats: Love Song: From the Gaelic
19 W. B. Yeats. Reconciliation
20 W. B. Yeats. The Swans at Coole
21 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The Day is Done
22 Walt Whitman. O Captain! My Captain!
23 Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Sonnets from the Portuguese. No. 6.
24 Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Sonnets from the Portuguese. No. 16.
25 Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Sonnets from the Portuguese. No. 43
26 W. B. Yeats. Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen
27 Emily Dickinson. The Only News I Know, and Chartless
28 Charles Lamb. On an Infant Dying as soon as Born
29 John Keats. Ode on a Grecian Urn
30 William Blake. The Tyger
31 William Blake. To the Evening Star
32 Samuel T. Coleridge. Kubla Khan
33 Richard Lovelace. From Althea to Prison
34 Robert Browning. Incident of the French Camp
35 Walt Whitman. The Artillery Man's Vision.
36 Walt Whitman: The Wound Dresser
37 Walt Whitman: I Sit and Look Out