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Pain and Love In life love and pain are always connected This is also true in Evangeline Many things can cause love and pain Separation and death are the main and obvious things that have love and pain Devotion to one person can also cause love and pain in your heart and in the relationship Last peoples actions and words cause love and pain between people Separation and death are a great demonstration of love and pain he had become to her heart as one is dead not absent Evangeline was missing her betrothal and thought of Gabriel as dead because she couldnt stand the pain of their separation Gabriel O my love and died away in the silence explains the pain Gabriels death caused Also she felt as if his spirit was there instead of his whole body Their love caused pain and was especially evident when Gabriel died In the real world many people are separated because their job places them in other places than their love ones They are in love but separated which causes them pain and anguish When people die people weep because they are feeling pain because the person the loved is now gone Devotion because of a love for a person can also cause pain in someones heart Let me remain with thee for my soul is sad and afflicted means she wanted to be with him because her soul was in pain Her love was devoted to Gabriel and causing pain and anguish in her heart In the real world devotion can cause a lot of pain When a person is in love another person and yet they dont want to give up friends and possessions for that person But you do this because you love this person even though it causes you pain Someones actions and words can also demonstrate an example of love and pain together Evangeline loved Gabriel greatly and yet Gabriel
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