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The Stephen Armitage Poem in 'The Times' - a new interpretation

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Re: The Stephen Armitage Poem in 'The Times' - a new interpretation

Post by vaguely1 on 20.03.10 14:40

It's not any reflection of the fate that she met. It's a poem about her.

I think.

Which is why it seems mean spirited to mess around with it, being as it's about a child.

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Post by aiyoyo on 20.03.10 15:27

Hey, who's messing about it? Not me!

I am merely saying I dont believe in it. Its not about her at all, it's about her parents and their story to keep her memory alive. We should agree to disagree, but my view is just as valid as yours.

And, anyway for the sake of an objective debate, I have re-read the poem. It was definitely about the situation of her fate. Nothing in it indicates characteristics of Maddie or Maddie as a person.

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Post by vaguely1 on 20.03.10 15:42

nooo, not you messing about with it!

The OP.

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