Anne Reeve Aldrich (born & died New York City; April 25, 1866 – June 28, 1892) was an American poet and novelist. Her works include The Rose and Flame and Other Poems and The Feet of Love.
Her father died when she was eight, and her mother moved her to the country where she was home-schooled, first by her mother, and then by tutors. She wrote constantly from a young age, and at the age of 17 she was published in Lippincott’s magazine. Poems in other periodicals followed and eventually led to published colllections of poems.