The Anthology of Unconditional Love, in Which One Can Not Stop Loving One

The Anthology of Unconditional Love,
In which one can not stop loving one

“Give love and unconditional acceptance to those you encounter, and notice what happens.”
    - Wayne Dyer

  Table of Contents

    I. Jean
  Robert Burns was a Scottish poet who was born in 1759 and passed away in 1796. He was one of the most well known poets in the country

    II. True or False
  Caius Valerius Catullus was a Roman poet born in 84 BC. In the years that he was alive he had written 116 poems ranging on multiple topics. He eventually passed away in 54 BC.

  III. Tomorrow
  Lope de Vega a Spanish poet and playwright, from Madrid, Spain who has written multiple types of sonnets, novels, and poems. This poet born in 1562, passed away at 72years of age in 1635.

    IV. I Think I’ll Go Home and Lie Very Still ( 1300- 1100 BC)
  An Ancient Egyptian had written this poem, are un aware of whom. It is known that the poem was written in hieroglyphs, and was found on papyri, bits of smoothed limestone, and ancient pottery.

    V. I Went Along the Broad Road
  Chou people wrote a group of poems and combined them into a large poem category, which was published in multiple place with multiple names but the one from Norton Anthology is called “Classic of Poetry” the poems range from the 1000-600 BC.

    VI. I Have Fallen into Unconsciousness
  Mewland Jalauddine Rumi was an Afghanistan poet in the 1200s. He was influenced by his peers. Rumi wrote poems as he traveled and encountered with people.

  VII. 33
  This poem was written as part of an erotic verse which was written by the sixth Dalai Lama, Tsangyang Gyatso. He was born in India in 1683 but then passed away in 1703 in China, at the age of 23.

      “Unconditional Love / Talking bout the stuff that don’t wear off/ It don’t fade/ It’ll last for all these crazy days/ These crazy nights/ Whether you wrong or you right/ I’m a still love you/ Still feel you/ No matter...