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Robert Frost In many of his poems Robert Frost uses images of and nature especially trees and forests to convey his thoughts and emotions The turning of the seasons a wooded area and other things common in nature were also common in Frosts poems Many people attest this to his working as a farmer on an old New England farm for part of his life operating a failing New Hampshire Chicken farm His poems were also often in first person It helps show a sense of knowledge so the reader can think that the person may have lived the experience and is thus more knowledgeable for it In Frosts poem Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening Literature and Its Writers 807 Frost writes about an experience in the first person of a man on a journey who stops by a some woods He comments on how he knows the man who owns them but how the person lives in the town and wont see him He also mentions that the woods are filling up with snow To watch his woods fill up with snow 807 So far there is woods and snow In the next stanza he mentions a frozen lake and that it is the darkest night of the year Now we have a lake and the dark night sky The next stanza mentions sounds and how the only two he hears are his horses reigns and the sweep of the wind brushing the snow The only other sounds the sweep Of easy wind and downy flake 807 And finally he makes reference to how the woods look inviting and interesting But the man has too much to do before he explores them This poem is full of nature as a conveyance of emotions The first thing Frost mentions is the woods Woods are common images of darkness or mystery they have a sense of the unknown in them Now
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