In the reading "If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking", "Still to be Neat", "Marks", "Sex Without Love", and "Chess" in your opinion how many ways can humans love? Consider the love you have for your sweetie, your parents, your dog, or your pickup truck. How do these differ?
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In my opinion, I feel that humans can love in a number of ways: familial, friendly, sexual, and sensual, just to name a few.
"If I can stop one Heart from breaking," Dickinson shows the love/hate connection since love often causes deep pain with "If I can ease one ...
This solution reveals how love and hate permeate poetry.