In a spiritual and loving tone it states, “i want, no world(for beautiful you are my world,my true)” (Cummings 6-7). Each one of the poems are unique in their own way, but both of them have a completely divergent feeling and tone to them. “Annabel Lee” has a dark, gloomy, and cold tone that makes the reader feel a sense of loneliness. On the other hand, “i carry your heart with me(i carry it in my heart)” has a warm, soft hearted tone that makes the reader feel a sense of love and enjoyment. Even though both of the poems have completely different tones and emotions toward the reader, they are both extremely powerful and heartfelt.
Does true love exist? Many answer negatively, not for a moment believing in the nonexistent fantasy. However, others believe strongly in the alluring twinning of two fates, a perfect love in which no one gives and everyone gains. Yet, love on its own still confuses a person, a concept with as many complex forms as stars in the sky. The different themes of “The Gift of the Magi” and “The Necklace” show a few of the many forms of love.
Scott Fitzgerald. The very fabric of love pertains to the mutual accumulation of intimate feelings and true mutual endearing of one another. In the case of Tom and Daisy, well as Daisy and Gatsby this fails in the name of love. Tom and Daisy’s marriage was to carelessness and the same stature of wealth along with their social class. Their distancing during the development of the novel shows that they truly do not love each other for their qualities as people but the quality of their pockets and their name.
she said as she theif on Desdemona’s handkerchief. This great love, which is a redeeming trait in her personality and morality. Despite of her affection, she eventually recognizes Iago’s disinterest towards her and inequality in their marriage. “But I do think it is their husbands ' faults, If wives do fall. Say that they slack their duties.” She addressed.
Marie wants the relationship to move fast towards marriage so she constantly asks Meursault questions to see how he feels about her: "A moment later she asked me if I loved her. I said that sort of question had no meaning, really; but I supposed I didn 't. She looked sad for a bit" (Camus 24) Meursault truthfully does not think love means anything so he explains that to Marie. He also does not think he is being insensitive by telling her he probably does not love her because that is his truth. After he explains his beliefs he shows his humanity by observing that she indeed looks sad.
Here, Phoebe debunks every stereotypical view on love that was shown in the pastoral age, where lovers loved each other to painful lengths, where the mental pain of not being able to be with one another transformed into physical pain. Phoebe, seeming almost cynical in the way she is dismissing Silvius, simply states she does not believe in the myth of what love feels like. She assures Silvius this is not what he feels, because those feelings could simply not exist, and if that time ever comes, not to “pity” her, because she “shall not pity” him (3.5.34-35).
Perhaps the most discernible demonstration of individualism in the novel is Cathy and Heathcliff’s love; it is ironic to say that love between two people demonstrates individualism since love automatically suggests that one would put another before themselves. The nature of their love is one where Cathy and Heathcliff are one entity; one cannot do without the other. Their love is not based off of the usual sources such as appearance, lust or even fondness; their love is out of a being a shared being as Cathy says "I am Heathcliff––he's always, always in my mind––not as a pleasure, any more than I am always a pleasure to myself-–but as my own being” (Bronte 44). Their relationship is out of necessity for each other since they are the same person, it is not the type of love where if one had the choice to leave and do without the other person they would not make that choice. When Cathy dies, an astounding level of individualism is demonstrated by Heathcliff when he cries “May she wake in torment!...
The question being asked is if Nick Carraway an honest narrator. This question is being asked due to mixed emotions of this particular narrator. At times it feels like Nick is holding back his honest opinion because he doesn 't want to hurt anyone or just because Nick doesn 't want to say the harsh truth. This affects the story at times such as Nick knowing about Tom 's mistress and never telling Daisy about her. Which in the end resulted in a very unfitting demise for Gatsby and Myrtle.
Despite their obvious differences, they are closely bound by their friendship based on trust. If there 's someone he would entrust his life with, that would be his two best friends. Although at one point, he hated the idea of them risking their lives for him but that just shows how much he truly cares for them. The story might be basically about love and friendship, but it is also rife with literary deaths. Rachel Blum Spencer identified in
In the play of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” Anne states,”In spite of everything I still believe people really are good at heart.” She believes that deep down everyone is good. I agree with her. There are people who do bad things, but deep down is a sense of good, like a small candle in a dark room. Everyone has a choice to let their light shine or extinguish it. Some let it burn, and some let it die out, but just because the candle isn’t lit doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Because of this, she’s expected to love him no matter what. The reasons stated within the passage would make no sense to any ordinary person, and would not be recognized as reasons to love someone. “She loved him for the way he sat loosely in a chair, for the way he came in a door, or moved slowly across the room with long strides. She loved the intent, far look in his eyes when they rested on her, the funny shape of the mouth”(pg 2). In order to justify her servitude to him, she unconsciously attempted to look for valid reasons to love him, which didn’t exist, which resulted in these inadequate
I can only see the residual affect of love from within the family I belong. To me, other love is invisible and incomprehensible as I measure it to the type I am so familiar with. In the short story A Primer For The Punctuation Of Heart Disease, the author Jonathan Safran underlines the specific dynamic within his family by accentuating their unorthodox view of love and affection. I knew that families loved each other deeply, obviously, but it was outward appearance of such feelings that confused me. I ignorantly, judged different families actions against that of my own.
My cousin 's girlfriend seems to not care about the relationship they 're both in. They seem to be stuck in the conflict stage. When a conflict comes up instead of both of them trying to prove each other wrong, they should really try to solve the problem itself just like the second couple does. The problem that the second couple has is that they 're not completely honest with each other. It really seems to bug my cousin that his girlfriend doesn 't cook for him at times but, never was he honest enough to tell her.
Due to this, he failed to see the consequences of his decisions, which ended up being his ruin. His imperceptive state of mind comes through when he confronts Tom about himself and Daisy, the passage states, “She looked at him blindly. ‘Why— how could I love him— possibly?’ ‘You never loved him.’ She hesitated” (131-132). Gatsby is very persistent with the idea that Daisy never loved Tom, he tries to get this into her head -blindly- without even considering her feelings on the matter. After this argument, Daisy realize that she does love Tom and wishes to stay with him.