Mariana in the South, ca 1897 - John William Waterhouse. Alfred, Lord Tennyson, made Mariana the subject of two poems, 'Mariana' and 'Mariana in the South', dwelling on her abject despair as she waits in the lonely moated grange for her lover to return, while her surroundings decay around her. Her tears fall night and morning and she cannot draw pleasure from anything in heaven or on earth. Tormented by haunting voices from her past, she is overcome by weariness and yearns for death.
Honestly my thinking causes most of my worries and sadness... I think I love you too much, spend money on you too much, think about you too much, text you too much, tell you too much, and I wish I could get the same in return sometimes with how much I do for people who I think are sooooo special to me and I just dont want it getting too much and I feel its not going anywhere but I still will do stuff to prove I wont stop loving and caring for you and im here for you anytime
Woman, 92, writes reflective poem that's bringing people to tears