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Unformatted text preview: ieved, and time passes by like flowing water
– how could one not feel strongly about it? It is
human nature to want to stay with one’s beloved
all one’s life, but who has not experienced
separation? [. . .] The Nineteen Poems revolve around nothing but these
two themes over and over again; but upon reading them,
every reader feels the pain as if it were his/her own. This
is precisely because poetry is something born of human
nature and human emotions. And if feelings are shared
by all people and everyone possesses them, th...
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