While people's versions of the "best" poem differ, the Academy of American Poets and The Telegraph agree that several prominent love poems rise above the rest. These include "She Walks in Beauty" by Lord Byron and "The L... More »

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Every poem, especially love poems, are unique and should be treated so. Creating unique examples from one's own feelings and experiences is the best way to create a memorable and meaningful line of poetry. More »

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One of the most famous poems written by a husband for his wife is "Any Wife to Any Husband" by Robert Browning. In 1784, Warren Hastings wrote a poem titled "Ode to His Wife" that was composed after his wife died giving ... More »

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The website of the Academy of American Poets provides some suggested poems appropriate for funerals. Recommended elegiac poems include "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" by Emily Dickinson, "In Memoriam" by Lord Alfred... More »

www.reference.com Art & Literature Literature Poetry

Every poem, especially love poems, are unique and should be treated so. Creating unique examples from one's own feelings and experiences is the best way to create a memorable and meaningful line of poetry. More »

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According to the Mexico Travel section of About.com, the "Legend of the Poinsettia" is a poem about the humble gift of love and miraculous transformations representative of the Christmas holiday. Originating in Mexico, t... More »

There are several themes in the poem "Fire and Ice" by Robert Frost, including fear, love, hate and choices. The poem is packed with numerous emotions, such as humor, want, animosity and bluntness, and it leaves the read... More »