This poem is dedicated to Anna Alekseyevna Olenina. Olenina is the dean of the Academy of Fine Arts, the curator of the Peterborough Public Library, and the daughter of the archaeologist Olein. After the contact between Olenina and Pushkin, she stated that Pushkin was “the most interesting person she had ever seen” and Pushkin was full of affection for her. Together they traveled in the suburbs and dated in the Peterborough Summer Garden. In the summer of 1828, Pushkin wanted to be married to Oleni, but she was rejected by her father. After Pushkin was rejected, he quickly left Petersburg. The first sentence of "I once loved you" is equivalent to telling readers that this is a love poem. This poem vividly depicts the poet's deep love for the heroine. He loves to be so gentle, sincere and single-minded. Although the girl may not know that he is loving her, the girl may already have another love. The poet can only love her "in silence, without hope", preferring to endure shame and jealousy, not willing to disturb her or make her sad, he also prays to God to bless her, may the girl get another and He loves her sweetheart as much. In the poem, the poet portrays his deep love and strong self-made character, expresses deep mourning and sincere blessing, full of touching artistic charm.
Not only have he ever loved, maybe he will continue to love her now and in the future. Although the heroine may not know that the poet still loves her deeply, the poet has to bear the pressure of love alone and endure the pain of losing love. The poet feels that he still loves her, and he still has her in his heart. “And for a while the feeling may
remain... ”In the poet's heart, love may not have completely disappeared, and the pain of the alone acacia has not completely disappeared, and it also faintly expresses the poet's expectation for this love.
In the next line of verses, one of the characteristics of the poet Pushkin can be seen. Even if the poet is tortured by hard thoughts, she doesn't want to bother her. It's just for a simple reason, that is, she doesn't want her to be sad. “But let my love no longer trouble you” The poet buried his love in his heart alone, holding the expectation and yearning for love, but suffering from reality, unable to satisfy his expectations of love, showing the poet's inner sadness and sorrow.
The poet thought for the heroine that in order not to let Orenina feel sad again, he decided to hide this feeling in his heart. “I do not wish to cause you any pain.” A short discourse not only shows Pushkin’s sincere love for Olenina, but also shows Pushkin’s helplessness and painful feelings in the face of the loved one. In order not to let her feel sad, he decided to bear this alone. The love that makes people feel heartbroken but unable to extricate themselves can also be seen in Pushkin’s unrequited love.
Pushkin’s true feelings are that he loves others without expectation, does not ask for a return, does not consider other cumbersome and unnecessary things around him, but simply loves, silently and without hope. “I loved you; and the hopelessness I knew” Without paying attention to the rewards, the only thing left to him is the scars that are covered, but even then, the poet has loved it without reservation, showing Pushkin’s inner struggles and pains, and also showing that he is deeply humble. The mood, the
poet's good wishes for love.
Olenina is an art school; the dean of the college, the director of the Peterborough
Public Library, and the archaeologist Olenina’s daughter, the rich background is too far from Pushkin, her generous and lovely, her unique charm, cannot help but let people I love it, but it makes him feel his inner thoughts torment. “The jealousy, the shyness - though in vain” The word " jealousy " not only writes the poet's deep love for the heroine, but also expresses the uneasiness of the heroine's favorite people. How deep is love, how painful it is to suffer inner thoughts. This shows that the poet's heart should endure how much pain.
The poet was desperate for this love in the end and had to give up. “I used to be
not resist the cruelty of reality. Such sincere love did not get a good result, showing the poet's sincere love for the heroine. And in this sentence. The words "once" and "love" also imply that the poet has succumbed to reality and expressed the poet's helplessness.
Even if the poet gave up his love, he still expressed his love in another way. Even if the last lover does not become a genus, I still wish the beloved can live happily and happily without their place. “As may God grant you to be loved again.” This sentence points out the central theme, which not only writes the poet's love for the heroine, but also expresses the poet's sacrifice of his own feelings, and sincerely wishes the heroine a happy wish. God bless, even if there is no poet's love can continue Live happily, give up the happiness of your own loved one, and wish the heroine a person who loves her like him.
so sincere and loved you so tenderly”
The poet once loved her so much, but still could
This poem describes the poet's own deep and strong personal characteristics. The simple, unpretentious statement contains Pushkin's sincere love for Olenina and expresses her beautiful wishes and deepness. The love and sincere blessings express Pushkin’s release of the love that once was, and also show Pushkin’s broad mind and noble sentiment.