Poet: Dorothy Parker
Volume: Death and Taxes
Year: Published/Written in 1931
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Comment 3 of 5, added on June 25th, 2005 at 8:00 AM.
I thought it was more about a doomed relationship..
If the love is doomed because you are a sea apart, it's dramatic in a romantic way, and you still have the illusion that it's totally meant to be.
If it's simply not working out (because he rejected you) it's harder to accept the failure. And of course, to have him down the lane makes it harder to forget. I hate the thought of my ex-boyfriend still living in this city, the possibility of running into him. GRR! It's bitter to my heart!
Norma Jeane from Netherlands
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