Is it Better To Have Loved and Lost?

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Philosophy

 

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Martina M

 

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November 7, 2013

 

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Wyatt here is portraying the author as a victim who has been freed. Freed of what though? That is the issue. The title "Farewell, Love" may sound as if it is directed at a specific person. However, it has a double meaning. I believe there is no single "Love" he is referring to, but love in general. Love is the subject which the author wants to bid adieu to...
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Love is the subject which the author wants to bid adieu to. This double meaning shows the extent of the pain that the author is experiencing. Not only has he been hurt by a lover, but so bad that he will never love again. Kahal's song "I'll Be Seeing You," from the start is similar to Wyatt's. I'll be seeing you is a colloquial euphemism for good-bye; as the words "so long"...
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