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unrequited
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The Aeneid
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  • Conscious of worth, requite its own desert!
  • The youth, transfix’d, with lamentable cries, Expires before his wretched parent’s eyes: Whom gasping at his feet when Priam saw, The fear of death gave place to nature’s law; And, shaking more with anger than with age, ’The gods,’ said he, ’requite thy brutal rage!

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  • It’s a sad song about the heartbreak of unrequited love.
  • words of kindness unrequited

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