Listening to every heart
Tim just dated me. LOL...
Wind, I agree, titles are quite worthy of more than just a word or two from the poem to make it interesting. I try to come up with interesting titles that mean something to the poem, as well as to draw the reader in. Sometimes that process is as difficult as writing the poem itself.
As for readers who are repetitive with their love poetry, that is subjective. Is it a young love with no experience? Is it an old love that has found itself in a rut? Is the writer nervous about putting their true feelings out there, and run rings around the topic, for fear that someone may read "too much" into the poem? Love is so mercurial in substance, meaning one thing to one person; something entirely different to another.
I think, if I may suggest, is that you do read a lot, and it seems what you are reading is fairly much the same "roses are red, violets are blue" stuff. But to the writer, it may very well be their first attempt, and they have come here to grow in their writing, and are looking for some positive, constructive feedback.
All I can suggest at this time is to be an example to other poets. Write your poetry as an example of what you would like to see from others. Of course, not everyone will write like you, or even similarly [thank goodness for individuality]. But I know for a fact, that poets such as Pete, Tim, Nan, Kit, Poet deVine, and SO many others, have taught me so much from their writing, and I am always inspired by so many here that I am lead to new and different ways of writing, as well as a continual stretch of theme.
Ok, so I got off on a tangent. Perhaps, LOL...I was repetitive.