Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe is a sad, interesting, and meaningful story about the narrator’s vanished love. The poem describes that true love is eternal, strong willed, and unbreakable. Edgar Allen Poe used a unique rhythm to describe his feelings with death and used a flow of rhymes that matched up with his love, Annabel Lee.
One piece of evidence that supports that love is eternal in the poem is in line nine. “But we loved with a love that was more than love. With a love that the winged seraphs of heaven coveted her and me” The narrator writes about loving Annabel Lee for as long as he lives mortal, and immortal. He felt his love with Annabel lee was created in heaven from the angels attended to God. The love he was describing is eternal, and will last forever in heaven.
Another description from the poem describing how strong willed their love is appears in line twenty four. “But our love it was stronger by far than the sea”. The strength of their love is compared to the power of the sea which is one of the most powerful things in the world. Therefore in the author’s eyes, the love between the two was the strongest thing in the world.
The final depiction in the poem that shows how the narrator and Annabel Lee’s love is unbreakable is in line twenty seven. “And neither the angels in heaven above, Nor demons down under the sea, can ever dissever my soul from the soul of the beautiful Annabel Lee”. The indestructibility of their love is being compared to mythical creatures that cannot even break them apart. This indicates that the author’s love can’t be split no matter what.
In conclusion, the love of the narrator and Annabel Lee was felt to be created in heaven and will last for all of eternity. The strength of their love was compared to the strength and the power of the sea which showed supremacy of their relationship between their souls. Edgar Allen Poe continually used throughout the poem mythical creatures to show that their love was...