‘Poppies’ by Jane Weir
In this lesson, we will explore the key ideas in Jane Weir's poem 'Poppies' (2009). Weir presents the deep suffering experienced by a mother who has lost her son to war. You will be provided with key information about the meaning of the poem to help to develop your understanding of this text.
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