AQA Poetry - Love and Relationships


GCSE English Language and Literature Mind Map on AQA Poetry - Love and Relationships, created by Annalise Glover on 04/22/2017.
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AQA Poetry - Love and Relationships
  1. Walking Away - Cecil Day-Lewis
    1. Like a satellite Wrenched from its orbit, Go drifting away
      1. Like a winged seed loosened from its parent stem
        1. I have had worse partings but none that so gnaw at my mind still
    2. Mother, any distance - Simon Armitage
      1. Mother, any distance greater than a single span requires a second pair of hands
        1. Anchor. Kite
          1. I reach towards a hatch that opens on an endless sky, to fall or to fly
      2. Before you were mine - Carol Ann Duffy
        1. Your polka-dot dress blows around your waist. Marilyn.
          1. In the ballroom with a thousand eyes.
            1. I remember my hands in those high-heeled red shoes, relics.
        2. Follower - Seamus Heaney
          1. His shoulders globed like a full sail strung
            1. An expert.
              1. It is my father who keeps stumbling behind me, and will not go away.
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