I Love You - Pushkin

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“I Loved You” - Pushkin
One of the most favorite subjects of Pushkin was love. “Love and friendship are popular subjects of the authors, and the reason that makes him happy and sad. The color of his poems, especially in love poem, is the beauty of humanity”, said Belinxki. One of the most famous poems of Pushkin is I Loved You. When he lived in Petersburg, Pushkin usually met people in love with art in the President of the academy of art’s house, and the most important reason was to meet daughter of the owner named A.A. Olenhia. In 1828, in summer, Pushkin proposed her, but she didn’t accept. In 1829, he composed a poem about this love. The poem can be divided into three sections such as showing his love, confirming his real love, and blessing for the girl that he loved. Love poems of Pushkin were from his real emotions and his own experiences. Therefore, he could show us the real emotions of human souls. “I Loved You” poem made a huge emotion because it showed spiritual values of human: the real love in each simple word. The chorus “I Loved You” is the main tone of the poem. In the beginning of the poem is the chorus “I loved you” that showed his real love from his faithful love. “I loved you” is just simple words, but they have important meaning and secret that he could talk in his poem. In the first four sentences, he confirmed that he was still in love with Olenhia. However, he wanted to step back because he didn’t want to annoy Olenhia. In the last four sentences, he showed the different levels of love, and he confirmed his faithful love for Olenhia: “I loved you; and perhaps I love you still,

The flame, perhaps, is not extinguished; yet”
The words slowly, love poems deep, discreet. An assertion together with a little consideration phase, cautious with the words "perhaps", "not extinguished; yet". Another version came with the words “may” and “fire retain;” Using a negative term nature, “is not extinguished; yet,” the lyrical character expressed a love,...
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