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The beautifulness of the poem Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening by Robert consists of the way two worlds are established and balanced The two worlds are the world of people and social obligations and the other world is the world of nature and magic a perfect world of silent and solitude The first line of the stanza of the poem is stating that the poet is aware that the woods by which he is stopping belong to somebody else He feels that at the same time the woods belong to him because he is the one enjoying the site of watching the beauty of nature For example if I go to a park I know the park belongs to the government but by watching such a beautiful landscape Im going to feel the park also belongs to me because its a place where anybody could feel free The second stanza the horse feels that the narrator has mistakenly stopped in the middle of nowhere but this is where the narrator really wants to be He wants to be in a silent place where he cannot be bothered The third stanza the horse symbolizes his conscious because when the narrator stops in the woods the horse reminds him of his responsibility by shaking the bells on his harness His responsibility is to go back to the real world which consist of burdens of society and leave the magic world where everything seems perfect The last stanza reflects his responsibilities in the real world He emphasizes the sentence And Miles To Go Before I Sleep because he needs to remind himself that he does not belong in the woods The theme of the poem is the conflict between reality and fantasy Because through out his journey he is thorn between the irrationality and temptations of the woods and the responsibilities of society The poem could be a metaphor
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