American poet, abolitionist, and teetotaler whose poem, ‘The Grave of Keats,’ was posted by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Her various other poems consist of ‘The Morning-Glory’ and ‘The Alpine Shepherd.’ She was created into an intellectual family members and, as a girl, resided an ascetic way of living at an Ursuline Convent. Emily Dickinson understood Lowell’s work and could have discovered poetic motivation in it. Lowell’s poem “The Ill Room,” actually, is fairly “Dickinsonian” in shade and articles. She wedded fellow poet Adam Russell Lowell in 1844. Unfortunately, only one from the couple’s four kids survived to adulthood. She was an ancestor of poet Amy Lowell.