She of course is a pubescent
Teen and she has discovered
The agony of
... For a few different reasons. It comes across, at least to me, that it's a quick cliff note of everything read before it for the reader who may not understand. Not that it's worded badly, but it just seems to dumb it down in comparison to the rest, you know what I mean? Secondly, I'm a firm believer in the fact that love is agony at any age. Hell, even my romance writes are cynical and tormented, and I haven't been a teen in quite some time. The rest of the poem just doesn't jive with a teenager to me.
Now, in saying all that, I love the opening lines. Its extremely powerful imagery. Being chained to the gates of a heaven you can see but never reach is infact hell for the tormented soul. she was almost an angel,but couldn't let go of her suffering... I love it.