Shakespeare Sonnets for Lovers

All of Shakespeare's sonnets are love poems, but most of them — including the most famous, #18 — are in the voice of a male poet who who has a platonic passion for a younger man, and so they may not be particularly suitable for conveying your feelings for your boyfriend or girlfriend. However, Shakespeare wrote a few that might make you say, "That's exactly how I feel, and what I would have said (if I were a poetic genius)! Following is my list of ten that might suit your purposes.
Three which say "you mean everything to me":
25: "Let those who are in favour with their stars"
29: "When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes"
30: "When to the sessions of sweet silent thought"

Two terrific "miss you" sonnets:
97: "How like a winter hath my absence been"
98: "From you have I been absent in the spring"

This one is will explain why you cannot take your eyes off the object of your desire.
106: "When in the chronicle of wasted time"

This is the ultimate "our love is eternal" poem.
116: "Let me not to the marriage of true minds"

This is for that special someone who plays a harpsichord or piano.
128: "How oft, when thou, my music, music play'st"

This is one is for a sexy woman with a sense of humor.
151: "Love is too young to know what conscience is"

Finally, this is for the occasion when you have been dumped, but still want to cling to a bit of dignity.
87: "Farewell! thou art too dear for my possessing"