Porphyria's Lover


Love and Relationships

  • "And strangled her. No pain felt she; I am quite sure she felt no pain"

- Stating this so plainly implys his loss of connection with reality however still has some sort of a connection with her as a lover or in an another interpritation his disease.

- The repetition of "no pain" is him reasuring himself showing this relationship, it could also be that he is reasuring him self that he will feel no more pain.

- Unusual that his disease would be personified as female maybe implys that his disease is a barrier in his love.

- Short sentences shows his anxity

  • "And all her…


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