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The Raven Edgar Allen Poe
The poem is called "The Raven", because the Raven is often times a symbol for death and bad fortune. In Poe's life, every women he came to love would end up dying.
He sits in his chamber room thinking, and suddenly hears a tapping from his door. He opens the door and finds nothing but darkness. he then whispers, "Lenore" hoping his love will come back, but only hears echoes. As he returns back to his chair, he hears tapping from his window and discovers a raven perched on his window sill. Poe asks the ravens name, and the bird replies with "nevermore". And for the rest of the night, Poe is freaking out and having an emotional breakdown because he yearns for his lost love.
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