Lov Love: Poem Analysis

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When faced with a difficult part of life, often we pass the blame of the origin of the problem so that we have something to be mad at, or we try to turn the situation positive so that you do not feel as upset. The narrator of the poem, for example, could not endure the pain of losing his love that he tried to blame nature for envying his relationship with Annabel causing her to die, “The angels not half so happy in heaven// Went envying her and me.” Additionally, the narrator reminiscence on their relationship in order to find happiness and comfort, “For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams// Of the beautiful Annabel Lee.” Similarly, in my life, I had a cat that I loved to death and felt that I could ever live without. She would sleep in my room, wake me up in the mornings, and greet me when I came home from school. The day she died, I blamed my parents for not taking her to the vet sooner and the sickness for taking her life. I tried to reinforce myself by saying “she’s in a better place now,” but it felt like nothing could overcome my grief.…show more content…
These imprints are so strong that not even death can waver their power. They last though the toughest times only to come out on the other side stronger than before. Love changes us by forcing us to adapt and change for the people we care about and forcing us to think of others. In the poem, the narrator states, after Annabel Lee dies, “Our love it was stronger by far than the love// Of those who were older than we,” and that this love could not be taken from “angels in heaven above// nor the demons down under the sea.” The characters in the novel thought of each other at all times even once one had died. They never lost the love they held for one
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