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  • Created on: 20-05-14 20:16
Tackling Unseen Poem (4 KEY QUOTES)
1. Read the poem with the question in mind 2. what is the poem about 3. Purpose, Themes, Message 4. Emotions, Moods and Feelings 5.Techniques and effects
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'The iron fist in the red velvet glove When the arrow flies the heart is pierced' (Ghazal)
violent images suggesting love can be painful, dangerous
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'Charmer use your charm, weave a spell' (Ghazal)
Speaker wants him to take control, wants to be wooed
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'I rise in the East as you die in the West' (Ghazal)
suggests a love that is difficult to obtain; there is distance
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'Be heaven and earth to me and I'll be twice the me'
suggest that love can be enriching
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Card 2

Front

'The iron fist in the red velvet glove When the arrow flies the heart is pierced' (Ghazal)

Back

violent images suggesting love can be painful, dangerous

Card 3

Front

'Charmer use your charm, weave a spell' (Ghazal)

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

'I rise in the East as you die in the West' (Ghazal)

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

'Be heaven and earth to me and I'll be twice the me'

Back

Preview of the front of card 5

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