Love of French poem (3)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'poem' is the definition.
(ode is a kind of poem)
'love of french' is the subsidiary indication.
'love' becomes 'o' (In tennis, 'love' means 'zero').
'of french' becomes 'de' (**).
(Other definitions for ode that I've seen before include "A poem celebrating person or event", "(Railway)system", "Literary work", "Poem expressing noble feelings", "Sung poem", "Lyric poem", "- - to a 12 Urn", "A poem about a doe", "Poetic composition" and "Poem to be sung".)