One poem that displays such ideals of love and beauty is Edmund Spenser's "Epithalamion." The poem is packed with references to Greek mythology and uses a lot of Petrarchan Conceit. The poem even references the heavenly Venus in comparison with the object of his love, his earthly Venus when he states:
"Some graces to be seene,
And as ye use to Venus, to her sing,
The whiles the woods shal answer and you Eccho ring" (107-109).
The poem extensively expresses the woman's beauty: