“Broken-Hearted melody” by Vaughan is an upbeat piece that details a story of lost love. She is trying to forget about her past love but something keeps reminding her of him. The meaning of the song completely contrasts the music. The message of this song is heartbreak, but the music reflect a happier tone making this a piece that shouldn’t make sense, yet it does and quite well too. Based in a shoo-wop style, this is definitely more of a pop tune for her.
I do like how Wade always has her back, “I could get on the phone and threaten to fly back there and kick his ass” (150) there is something beautiful about their dysfunctional relationship. I love how Wade gushes over her even though I feel like he is smarter than her but he leads not to be. I realized he was a hopeless romantic “Why don’t you write a love story instead” Angelia said.
Pathos can be found when looking at the generalized meaning of the song. When Swift is trying to say, is that her friend deserves better than what he has. Several people can relate to watching a friend date someone who doesn’t treat them properly. It’s annoying to watch
The first reason, is figurative language is a key to comprehending a song. Figurative language interprets the main object to emphasize it´s meaning. For example, in Taylor Swift’s Blank Space she uses a simile by saying , “... I can read you like a magazine…”, she is trying to say that she knows what a male’s intention is. She continues interpreting the main object by using the hyperbole “...we’ll take this way too far it’ll leave you breathless or with a nasty scar…”, meaning their love can end in troublesome terms.
In Love Actually one of the characters uses large signs to let the woman he fell for know how he truly felt about her and couples all around use the same sort of signs to convey their feelings to their significant other or a crush. People often use the boombox scene from Say Anything to express the same kind of feelings in a truly cute and heartfelt way. It’s like when Cyrano covers for Christian’s mistakes on the balcony with Roxane (Rostand 121-133), it’s a tender moment between people who love each other, even if one of them doesn’t really know who they’re falling in love with. These heartfelt gestures are remembered vividly by those who get to experience them, so they have to really count in order to make an impact that will be looked back on
The message that the author has presented for this theme is that the viewer may go through many tragedies only to find out that happiness isn’t the result of being happy, but it is the journey that makes them happy. Janie is finally able to explore what makes her happy besides being with a man.
To show us love would still be love if not called lve and that she would still love Romeo if he weren't a Montague. This line was one of the most famous in the whole play because it showed us how names carry no meaning but are only as significant as what the name holds. Romeo coveys his feelings towards his name with a sympathetic and bitter tone to reply to the pain Juliette feels. “take thee at thy word: Call me but love, and I'll be new baptized;
The text states: “but me you have forgotten” (Sappho “Fragment 129A” p.263) and “or you love some man more than me” (Sappho “Fragment 129B” p.263). These show us how Sappho feels like Anaktoria easily forgot about her and how she feels betrayed that Anaktoria loves a man now more than her. Anaktoria keeps poping up in Sappho’s poetry, she’s everywhere. Even when you think she isn’t, she
A very precise word choice keeps the reader’s imagination from being too broad while reading. Anne Bradstreet uses good word choice in “My Dear and Loving Husband” with the “Thy love is such I can no way repay.” (line 15, page 116). Her words mean that she can never thank her husband because he has loved he so much. Jonathan Edwards also uses a precise word choice in “Sinners in the Hands of Angry God”.
This shows how illogically Gatsby’s obsession with Daisy has made him think. “‘I’m going to fix everything just the way it was before,’ he said, nodding determinedly. ‘She’ll see.’” (The Great Gatsby page 110) Through this quote in the book, readers can see that Gatsby sincerely believes that he can repeat the past. His longing for repeating the past has taken over his logical way of thinking giving him the idea that repeating the past is possible.
The lyrics in the chorus start by saying “Oh, but that one night/was more then just right” then goes on to say “Oh I swear to you/I’ll be there for you/this is not a drive by.” This, plus the parts of the chorus that makes the woman believe him, helps his case of trying to prove his love to her as well. In the second verse the singer states “My love for you went viral/now here you are again/let’s skip the how’ve you been/and get down to the more than friends at last.” This tells her that their relationship has been building slowly but he is ready to commit to her. Then the second chorus starts and shows what the big mistake he made was, the singer says “Oh, but that one night/was still the highlight/
This is strong because it shows that love is so powerful it can make you do crazy things just to feel it for a quick second. -“I found god in myself & I loved her/ I loved her fiercely”(63) This quote is so strong because it means so much because people would think she found like God but she was symbolizing how she found herself, and she loved her.
Rick Riordan once said, "No one can hate you with more intensity than someone who used to love you" (Riordan). This quote relates well to the poem, Love Song by Dorothy Parker because it talks about a woman who hates a man she once loved. The author of this poem uses similes, paradox, and repetition to describe the love the woman once had for the man she now hates. Similes are used throughout the poem to describe the man's characteristics. For example, in the poem, one of the line says, "His words ring sweet as a chime of gold /...
In this passage, Shakespeare utilizes metaphor and negative diction to characterize Romeo as a person who is conflicted and frustrated by love, which ultimately reveals the theme that love is uncontrollable, conflicting, and short-lived. Towards the end of act 1 scene 1, Romeo still has a big crush on Rosaline, but Rosaline has no feelings for him. Hence, Romeo experienced a sense of depression and is conflicted by love. In this passage, Shakespeare uses numerous metaphors. “Love is a smoke raised with the fume of sighs.”