Brothers by Andrew Forster and Sister Maude by Christina Georgian Rossetti. The two poems I was comparing are Brothers and Sister Maude. Both are about siblings, other than Andrew Forster's poem is around how he left his younger buddy on his own whenever they were entering the town since children, and exactly how this has influenced their marriage later on in life. Sis Maude is approximately bitter sibling rivalry and just how вЂSister Maude' tells onto her sister regarding her lover. Both poems are about siblings and how they go along in life. Although both poetry are about sibling competition to a degree, вЂSister Maude' was probably written hundreds of years just before вЂBrothers'. This kind of unfortunately shows that sibling rivalry will permanently go on no matter what. вЂBrothers' can be described as typical contemporary poem, occur a simple type, with five lines and three stanzas. Like most modern day poems there is no rhyming structure. It is more like free streaming words, which can be similar to the way someone works, anyone who has look at the poem would know that this is an efficient device employed by Forester as a part of the composition has Forster and his siblings running in that вЂyou early spring towards the gate' The way the poem is set is similar to the way a young child runs, the lines start as enjambment but comparable to how a kid get tired after jogging, at the end of any stanza it becomes end-stop, just like a child. The poem uses many graceful devices for making it relatable to the audience. The words вЂOlympic Gold' is beneficial as it earns a common reference point into the composition, making the poem more relatable and easier to appreciate to the audience. It is also very a good reference at the moment just London will probably be holding the 2012 Olympics. Making the poem even easier for the present day reader to understand. The stabreim and assonance in the poem are crucial in giving the poem some rhyme therefore it can make it less difficult for you to read it. вЂSpouting six-year-old views'. This is alliteration of вЂs'.