Analysis Of True Love

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True love, is it necessary? Cute walks in the park together, fancy dates out to celebrate, and never ending conversations are all things that can be done when true love is found. But true love is not always found or takes a while to actually be found. In the meantime is it really necessary to find true love in order to go on enjoying life. Of course any individual wishes to one day find true love and share parts of their life with another person. In the painting Recreation, by Jerome Thompson love is expressed with the images of couples. While at the same time there is a lonely woman, which incorporates the comparison of being in love and not finding true love at the…show more content…
Symborska’s poem questions the actual necessity of love with a tone of denial. Furthermore the poem is set as if the lonely woman in the painting is the writer. The poem has a series of questions as if the author is skeptical of true value of love and whether it is actually needed to survive. Skepticism is portrayed with the question, “What does the world get from two people who exist in a world of their own?” (Lines 3-4). It is suggested that when two people are in love they create a setting of their own, focusing only on each other. The author wonders how that benefits the world as a whole or society to be more precise. In the poem jealousy is expressed from the how the author reacts to couple unity. It seems like the author longs for the feelings that a couple in love share. She exclaims, “Look at the happy couple. Couldn’t they at least try to hide it, fake a little depression for their friends’ sake?”(Lines 14-16). The friend could be a third wheel who is intimidated by the happiness the couple convey, and is jealous that she or he is not able to enjoy the same feeling of
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