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My object in living is to unite My advocation and my vocation As my two eyes make one in sight Only where love and need are one And the work is play for mortal stakes Is the deed ever really done Frost- Two Tramps in Mud Time For Robert Frost it seemed that the deed of writing and interpreting his poetry never ended His technique included simple dialect and description his imagery was physical yet hypothetical and his method showed his opposing views of the universe Frost said The subject of poetry should be common in booksit should happen to everyone but it should have occurred to no one before as material Trachea 165 He was known to use anything he could to help the reader understand his writings and in their own way learn to interpret them into useful paragons for everyday living Frost said that poems were merely a basis for which humans can perform in the face of the confusions of everyday life In addition to drawing on familiar subject matter as a means of affording him the kind of originality he sought Frost placed great emphasis on his choice of simple image-making words and phrases for the same reason Trachea 166 He is said to have to think more deeply to call up images in order to convey his ideas Frost uses simple dialect to express the simplicity and eagerness of the American language Trachea 92 So far as Frost is concerned the very measure of poetic performance is in the degree to which it can domesticate the imagination of disaster Trachea 114 Frost creates an atmosphere of depth pulling the reader into the story by his use of descriptive adjectives such as ancient Cole 2 fresh-painted and velvety Hadas 59 Frosts descriptions help us hear the pounding of rain the rustling of the leaves on trees and feel the harshness of the cold Trachea 117 A few of
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