Lord Byron, "When We Two Parted": Theme - Forbidden Love
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Lord Byron was known for having one forbidden love, which is depicted in his poem "When we two parted". The theme of the poem forbidden love comes from the poem itself telling a story about a love affair, and how both cannot coincide with each other, cheating and loving one person.
The poem starts off with Byron and his mistress departing from one another, the two lovers now are nothing, but allusions, memories in each other's mind. Also that they only both left with "half Broken Hearts". The poem continues on with Byron informing the readers in the next lines ".
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