An Analysis Of True Love By Wislawa Szymborska

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“True Love” by Wislawa Szymborska is a warm, tender and compassionate poem, in which the narrator is mocking those who do not believe in true love. She speaks for all of those out there who do not exactly know what true love is by asking the question, “True love, is it normal, is it serious, is it practical?” (Szymborska, 1-2). People do not believe in true love for the certain fact they have never experienced it. “What does the world get from two people who exist in a world of their own?” (Szymborska, 3-4). People do not want to look at the happiness and laughter between two people who share a mutual bond for one another simply because they have not found it for themselves. I believe Szymborska is trying to persuade her readers to try to look at the positivity in life and realize that being in love is one of the most beautiful things one can encounter. Just because love has not made its way in their life, does not mean they will never experience it. It is their faith in love that will result in happiness.
I feel like this poem is repetitive in the sense that from ...
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