An essay I did in year 8 (UK) comparing "Glasgow Sonnet" and "Westminster Bridge".
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Glasgow sonnet and Westminster Bridge are very different poems. Edwin Morgan describes Glasgow as a cold, dark and a depressing place, were as William Wordsworth describes Westminster as a warm, light and uplifting place. This essay will compare these poems.
In Glasgow sonnet, Edwin Morgan describes Glasgow as having a mean wind. "A mean wind wonders though the backcourt trash". This suggests that the wind blows around rubbish, so no one bothers to collect the rubbish. The poet describes Glasgow as having puddles with "hackles" on them. It says in the poem "hackles on puddles rise". The me…
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