Theme Of Love In The Raven

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The pain of love A symbol - a thing that represents or stands for something else, especially a material object representing something abstract. A symbol can be subtle or obvious. In Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” it is strongly shown to be the 'mournful, never-ending remembrance ' for his lost love Lenore. Proving that pain and suffering can truly change a person. Love can bring you many different feelings. It can bring you happiness, or sometimes it can bring you heart break. For Edgar Allan Poe, it was both. All throughout Poe’s life he suffered through many ups and downs involving the pain of love from others. Learning to deal with a broken heart is the most important part of helping yourself recover. Edgar Allan Poe suffered the pain of loss from his loved ones greatly throughout his life. One of his first major heartbreaks was the loss of his mother and father. Losing a loved one is never a good time no matter how old you are, those same feelings of emptiness are still felt. Poe experienced their death at a young age,…show more content…
In Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” it is strongly shown to be the 'mournful, never-ending remembrance ' for his lost love Lenore. Love can bring you happiness or sometimes it can bring you heart break. For Poe, it was both. Learning to deal with your broken heart is a self choice. You can either deal with it and become stronger from it, or you can be a bum and let it destroy you. Even though a broken heart may seem painful at the moment when you first experience it, learn to treat yourself respectfully and to always keep loving yourself. Don’t let anger and grief bring you down. Always surround yourself with people who love and care about you. “Always choose love because even though there is pain, to suffer in love is not to suffer in vain; it takes you to higher levels of consciousness.” When you learn to love yourself, this is when you initially mend your broken
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