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"One Solitary Life" is a poem that describes the life of Jesus Christ according to the bible and illustrates the importance of the life of one man who had no credentials by modern standards. Dr. James Allan Francis wrote the poem in 1926.


A good poem title depends on the type and style of the poem. Every poem needs a strong title that matches the its tone and style.


Examples of poems about life include "Barter" by Sara Teasdale and "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost. Other examples include "Yesterday's Sorrows" by Heather Burns and "When You Are Old" by William Butler Yeats.


The poems "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes, "I Hope You Know How Much I Love You" by Rita Luna, and "Open Arms" by Wendy L. Nichols focus on the view of a mother addressing her son. The Hughes poem inspires the son, while Luna and Nichols express motherly love.


Some rhyming Christmas poems are "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" by Clement Clark Moore, "The Three Kings" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and "Christmas in India" by Rudyard Kipling. Often, Christmas poems are made into traditional Christmas carols and are used to celebrate the season.


Visitors can go to Poetrysoup.com for a variety of poems about youth, arranged according to size and popularity. Users may also visit Blackcatpoems.com for a variety of poems about youth.


According to The Chicago Manual of Style, the proper way to denote longer works is with italicized letters and shorter works should be set apart by quotation marks. However, the traditional rule of grammar is to use quotation marks to denote shorter works, such as poems, and to underline longer work


Poem titles should be italicized. This rule applies to titles of poems that are situated within text. If the poem titles are at the top of a page or on the front cover of a report, they do not need to be italicized.


Legacy.com and PoemHunter.com contain a variety of poems that deal with grief and mourning. "Dulce et Decorum Est" and "On His Deceased Wife" are two examples.


FamilyFriend Poems.com, GriefBeach.com, and MuchLoved.com offer a large variety of poems written in memory of loved ones who have passed away. All three sites categorize their bereavement poems by specific subject or situation.