The sun’s gone dim, and
The moon’s turned black;
For I loved him, and
He didn’t love back.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Dorothy Parker's poem Two-Volume Novel

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  1. jackson mills says:

    It expresses a valuable amount of true love that would make anyone want to love or be loved.

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