And thou what needest with thy tribes black tents Who hast the red pavilion of my heart? At the end of LAYLA AND MAJNUN, the lovers are together but he has lost his mind and everyone is miserable.=============== The play 'TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE (by Shakespeare's contemporary, John Ford) is about a love affair between a brother and sister, and there are some poetic exchanges that might be excerptable.
Two people who love each other but aren't allowed to be involved. But they hope for a day when they finally can be together ... Now while the dark about our loves is strewn Light of the dark, blood of my heart, O come! Leave thy father, leave thy mother And thy brother; Leave the black tents of thy tribe apart! so they're not allwoed to be involved because of fraternization and all this things. Lu I wonder if Luna is still looking for poems of forbidden love.
The maiden of the Morn will soon Through Heaven stray and sing, Star gathering.
Isabella says at one point that she has been suffering, "Not so much for that I loved, as that I durst not say I loved, nor scarcely think it." (That's quoted from memory - check before you use it.) My friend Rupali just came down to use the fax machine and I asked her for "poems about forbidden love" and she mentioned Francesca da Rimini in Dante's INFERNO.
As I recall, she's in hell for an affair with her brother-in-law.