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  1. How does the poetry by Simon Armitage make the ordinary seem extraordinary?

    In 'I am very bothered' love is expressed through a thirteen year old boy in a science lab asking him to marry him in an extraordinary way, the incident is very ambiguous and many images are painted in the readers head with images about love but in an odd way, he uses words such as "rings" and "eternity", these give the idea of love but Armitage uses these words to describe a boy asking someone to marry him by burning their fingers.

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