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English Essay Frosts poetry is simplistic yet complex Discuss with reference of two poems you have studied Poetry is a careful treatment of language and made to sound effective and often rhyming with its complication and sophisticated language structure and format Thus in accordance to its richness in language literacy features it is mainly made simple but often contain further meaning behind its simplicity which appears to be rather complex The respective of the poem is merely difficult to interpret because despite the common sense that people have people might perceive the poem in various way thus produce different understanding However the style imagery structure alliteration and some of other poetic techniques show a poets individual persona Robert Frost is a very interesting poet whom associates his poems with nature and to base relevance to nature as well His language happens to be natural simple and effortless compare to the poetry occurring during his time The predominant medium of his poem as it already mentioned earlier is nature Nature may indicate simplistic point of view of the world however Robert Frost often not talking about nature but associate nature within his poem to emphasise his personal emotions in depth Thus the constant existence of nature in Frosts poem is simply his very careful treatment use of symbolism Two of his most famous poems The Line-Gang and The Mending Wall are very suitable to this case since they both contain several quantities of similarities Furthermore these two poems are simplex and yet they are complex The Line-Gang is relevant to this case since it has the occurrence of simplex and complex The Line-Gang is involving nature and tis vulnerability because of human harmful effect If we recall the fact that Robert Frost always bases his poems in nature in general and this poem is one the example can be raised for the issue The appearance of very effective blended metaphor in this poem really
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