Charles Causley - poetry
Both of my poems concern the notion of childhood and the affect of life on that childhood. However, they both express completely different point of views - 'Rising five' uses the idea of a child to show how children treasure life so much more than adults. Charles Causley's poem uses the child to show how growing up can teach children to treasure life - both are valid arguments.
On reading the first stanza of 'Rising Five', I could feel the excitement and energy of the boy. He is described by using vibrant images of bouncing curls and 'toffee-buckled cheeks' to show his energy, and give th…
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