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Pushkin translation: I Loved You

I Loved You by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch I loved you ... perhaps I love you still ... perhaps for a while such emotions may remain. But please don’t let my feelings trouble you; I do not wish to cause you further pain. I loved you ... thus the hopelessness I knew ... The jealousy, the diffidence, the pain resulted in two hearts so wholly true the gods might grant us leave to love again. Keywords/Tags: Russia, Russian, Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, modern English translation, relationship, regret, remorse, absence, parting, separation, divorce, break up, farewell, loneliness, alienation, feelings, emotions, hopeless, hopelessness, jealousy, diffidence, pain, heart, hearts, heartache, heartbreak, moving on, hope, reconciliation, love, god, gods

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