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"My parents kept me from children who were rough" by Stephen Spender
"My parents kept me from children who were rough" is a poem I have recently been reading. It is written by Stephen spender. It is about a boy who longs to be part of a group of children who he looks up to. I think the poet is writing about himself because he uses a lot of words like 'my', 'me' and 'I'.
In the first paragraph the poet introduces some of the things they do. The poet writes about them throwing "Words like Stones". He also writes about how they dress and take off their clothes. The children wear rags and 'torn clothes'. Their skin shows through. This gives the idea that the c…
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