My poem is about Winston’s love for Julia. Even though his body and his mind have been tortured and he has nothing else left in the world, the thing that it’s in his mind is that he still hasn’t betrayed Julia by breaking their promise. The promise was that they will both have to confess everything inevitably, however, they will not stop loving each other because even though the party can torture one to tell them everything, they can't change one’s feelings. I chose the "how intelligent" line to be the party mocking their view because even though they loved each other, the party's attempt of forbidding love may still have had effects on them because of the constant propaganda. Therefore, causing them to not truly love each other, since neither has ever learned how to love another person. Additionally, I chose some parts of my poem to repeat themselves to reference the telescreen scene right before Winston and Julia were arrested by the Thought Police because of how much that moment signified their relationship. For instance, at some point the telescreen behind the painting repeated "You are the dead." when Winston said "We are the dead." which was impactful because of how that moment was the last time they had seen each other before their love was replaced with love for Big Brother and how they were self-aware of that as they said goodbye to each other. The reason why I chose this page was to show how love is portrayed in the story as something that the lack of, is the source of betrayal, since confessing made up or real facts through psychological and physical torment is inevitable. This is which is further proven when Winston didn't betray Big Brother at the end of the book because of his love for him.