I've Loved You So

by Alexandr Pushkin

I’ve loved you so, and may just love you still;
For in my soul love isn't yet extinguished.
But let this give you not one moment's spill:

I'd never want to cause you grief or anguish.

I’ve loved you hopelessly, and yet so dearly,
To shyness and to jealousy condemned.
So tenderly I’ve loved you, so sincerely,
God grant you may be so well loved again.

Translated by Douglas Robinson

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