Hey, I have to find one example of a poem related to unrequited love.
I've tried searching google etc but most of the stuff that comes up is really lame.
So does anyone have any good examples of unrequited love poems?
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- 03-10-2010 15:12
- 03-10-2010 15:15
Yeats was in love with a woman called Maud Gonne. Hunt through some of his stuff
- 03-10-2010 15:17
So they asked you:
What’s it like being second best?
What’s it like being the second one
To greet hello, goodbye? The outdone
One. One would think that you’d look
Sad to be second in the telephone book,
To be in the second half of the dream and
The second one to ask if they understand,
The second best thought: The Second best.
So you said, (un-depressed):
Second best? But that makes me something
At least, to what I think is my everything.
And then you sadly smiled back to them all.
It was the greatest smile that I could ever recall.
- 03-10-2010 15:19
First Love by John Clare...it is all about how he saw a woman, fell in love with her and she just walked on by...
- 03-10-2010 23:16
I have some suggestions for prose/poetry/drama under various headings including unrequited love in my love through the ages thread
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1408386Last edited by booksnob; 03-10-2010 at 23:31.