I Loved You

I loved you: yet the love, maybe,
Has not extinguished in my heart;
But hence may not it trouble thee;
I do not want to make you sad.
I loved you hopelessly and mutely,
Now with shyness, now with jealousy being vexed;
I loved you so sincerely, so fondly,
Likewise may someone love you next

Date: 1829
Poet: Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin
Romantic Era
1799 – 1837

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