Some are serious, some are a bit humorous.THEMES: physical, human (erotic) love, immediate infatuation, love at first sight.Very developed use of NARRATOR AND POINT OF VIEW—can be spoken by man, woman—but are always ANONYMOUS, always UPPER CLASS, almost always YOUNG. Sometimes interior monologue, sometimes a dialogue.
.”; lover in the garden—a landscape that is lush, beautiful, fertile.; LOVE AS A TRAP—”someone has captured me with her hair” “branded me with his…” but not really in a bad way; THE MORNING AFTER—reflection on the intimate experience that happened; TRAVELING TO A RENDEVOUS; sitting at home; anticipation/suspicion
fruit, fullness, seed. pomegranate, mandrake—also possibly intoxicating qualities. Love is a drug, or sickness/disease.