During this time, Loy’s husband left her during 1913 and they were more estange to each other then they were a married pair. Afterwards, she was involved with Filippo Marinetti and Giovanni Papini, whom were part of Italy's futurism movement, where they ridiculed traditions and embraced the new reality of industrial life. Here, she still faced misogyny from the men because even as they tried to break from traditions they still …show more content…
There are fragments and contrast throughout the poem. The transitions between descriptive imagery are rough to represent chaos within the narrator. It breaks from the tradition of having a well structured piece because the structure within the poem changes unpredictably.
In Loy’s Love Song, the narrator represents the sexual honesty of women during its time period by presenting themes of unsatisfying, despairing, and doomed love. This can be seen by the language and imagery used to depict the doomed relationship of her lover. In each section of the poem, it describes a new nuance that adds to the overall arching meaning.
She depicts the beginning of love and its story as “Pig Cupid his rosy snout/ Rooting erotic garbage/ “Once upon a time”” (3-5). Cupid is illustrated as a pig to represent greed that comes with love. Showing how love can implant false hoods by making it seem like a fairytale when in real life it is