In an article for the Telegraph, Christopher Howse suggested that Chelsea might be mocked for her choice of poem, because of its deadly history. But I agree with Howse's point that "it is really about death, but so are all the best love poems." After all, it's "till death do us part," isn't it? And I'm proud of the former first daughter for choosing a less traditional route, despite the fact that the eyes of the nation were on her. Maybe the poem's inclusion in such a high-profile ceremony will jump-start a new interest in personalized wedding readings. Forget "love is patient, love is kind..." folks. You might want to forget "The Life That I Have" too, unless you're the kind of person that names their kids Bella and Edward. Instead, get creative, do some research, and find a piece of writing that works for you. Hey, it works for Chelsea!