Love Is An Interesting Idea

2396 WordsApr 30, 201510 Pages
Love is an interesting idea to analyse because it is such a broad topic. We can love a range of things from pets, to places, to people. We can also have different relationships that involve love: it can be between a family, or a certain group of people, or maybe just that one special person. Online, there are a lot of different definitions for it. The first definition on dictionary.com tells it as “a profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person” (8/4/15 from http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/love), merriam-webster.com defines it as “to hold dear or to cherish” (8/4/15 from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/love#) and Wikipedia explains that love is “a variety of feelings, states and attitudes that range from interpersonal connection to pleasure” (8/4/15 from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love). This concept we call love is displayed to us in all kinds of media, including movies, television shows, books, music, art, dance and is easily one of the most, if not the most, popular genres that we express today. Love has quite a lot of different aspects and from this concept; we can contrast these differences between several texts. The objective throughout this speech is to look at the similarities and differences between the different aspects of love portrayed in the poems Winter Song by Elizabeth Tollet and The Forsaken Wife by Elizabeth Thomas. I chose these two poems because the ideology of love is greatly portrayed in Tollet’s poem, yet a lack there
Open Document