What can you compare these poems to?

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What poems can you compare with in paris with you, brothers ,sister Maude and to his coy mistress? It has to be a poem in the relationships cluster of AQA anthology.
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brothers-praise song for my mother. can talk about the differences in emotions happy/sad ect.
similar themes brothers- family relationships
praise song for my mother-parental love
brothers has language of youth and you could contrast this with the language about her mother in praise song, about her age and death and brothers youth and innocent joy. There are a lot of differences in the poem that you can write about, so this means you can express similarities in your personal opinions. may not be the best one to go for that matches to brothers but I always find its best taking a risky difference so the examiners is entertained. may be wrong but go for it. good luck
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