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Created by Buffybonesgleek about 6 years ago
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Meaning: The cloth might represent something The flag is powerful It represents so many things How it binds nations together and forces them apart

Tone: Fierce Powerful Anger Frustration Patriotic

FLAG - JOHN AGARD

The shape of the stanza could represent the shape of an old flag, and three lines could represent the stripes of a modern flag.

ABA rhyme structure

Imagery:Alliteration

Language: Verbs in first line of each stanza Rhetorical questions "Then blind your conscience to the end" stops you seeing right from wrong

MAMETZ WOOD- OWEN SHEERS

Meaning:People who died are being dug up and uncovered by farmers

Tone: Dark Sad

Structure:Written in 3 line stanzas with different line lengths

Imagery: Alliteration Similes Assonance Personification

Language:Graphic - "the blown""twenty men berried in one long grave" - No care"across this field where they were told to walk, not run" - Following orders

POPPIES - JANE WEIR

Meaning: Lady's son is dead and he dies during the poem

Tone: Sad Upsetting Meaningful 

Imagery: Simile Alliteration Metaphor

Structure: 4 stanzas Different line lengths Different line numbers in stanzas

Language:Like a storySemantic field of deathSon dies during the poem

BAYONET CHARGE - TED HUGHES

Meaning:Out at war running towards enimies

Tone: Powerful Violent

Imagery: Simile Personification Metaphor

Language:EnjambmentLots of violent/powerful words - "Threshing", "Molten", "Bullets"

Structure: 3 stanzas Uneven line lengths Odd amounts of lines in each stanza

THE FALLING LEAVES - MARGRET POSTGATE COLE

Meaning:Metaphor of soldiers being shot in great numbers at war

Tone:  Elegant Soft Gentle Graceful

Language:Talking about how gentle snow and leaves are when they are falling  but it is the opposite of falling soldiers

Imagery: Metaphor Assonance Simile

Structure:  1 stanza Different line lengths

Margret Postgate Cole is a PACIFIST

Flag

Mametz wood

Poppies

Bayonet charge

The falling leaves