Fan Stilian Noli, who opened his eyes in İbriktepe village of İpsala district of today's Edirne province, is one of the important figures of Albanian history, Albanian Orthodox faith, and Albanian literature. As a politician, he aimed to make Albania a democratic and modern country with the 1924 June Revolution, but he remained in power for only six months. In addition, Noli, an Orthodox priest, was also prominent in the establishment of the Independent Albanian Orthodox Church. Noli has made a name for himself in Albanian literature with his works as a writer, translations from world classics, and publishing. He published his poems in many magazines and newspapers, played an important role in explaining the history of Albania of the period, and made a considerable contribution to Albanian literature with his translations from world classics. Although Fan Stilian Noli takes place in the period of Independent Albanian Literature, he is also under the influence of the National Awakening period with his nationalist identity. This study aims to explain the works of Fan Stilian Noli and the subjects that the author deals with in some of his poems.