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2 Poems Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost begins with admiration of the beautiful and tranquil woods As the poems continues it becomes clear that it is man traveler on a horse drawn carriage stopping to see the beautiful woods As the poem goes on there is a major change and the poem goes from calm and pleasant to rushed and ick The man says that he must go because he had duties and obligations to do before he can rest The second poem is The Elk by Hugh McNamar At the start of a poem a family enters their cabin to find that it has recently been used The place is trashed with cans in corners and the fence has been vandalized The family goes out to the back porch to find a dead animal hanging twisting from a rafter This animal has not been bled not gutted and the family is upset and disgusted There is an overall creepy feeling When the family returns later in the summer and in their inability to sleep they hear the creaking of the Elk on the rafter This poem makes the reader feel disconcerted and creepy Two poems the first Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening calm serene someplace you want to be in sharp contrast to the second The Elk which is spooky haunted the kind of poem that sends chills up your spine In Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening the opening sentence is inverted Whose woods these are I think I know 1 From the first words the reader is forced to pay close attention in order to follow the poem The sentences are all declarative all facts The reader must think what bells are reading how does this man know so much This poem has four groups of four lines for a total of sixteen The poem has a little over one hundred words The
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