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Five Great Pieces of Thought I think Robert Frost is a understandable but yet an unconventional poet Frost wrote in his own style and as a result he took quite a bit of heat from the critics of his period Frost has an elegant style of writing descriptive and understandable poems I am going to tell you about the five best pieces he has ever written First off A Considerable Speck is a unusual poem about Frost noticing a tiny speck on his paper Upon further observation Frost notices that the speck is actually a extremely tiny mite struggling to avoid being crushed by Frosts pen Frost appreciates the insects battle to stay alive and leaves it on his paper Frost allows the mite to sleep on his paper because he values any intelligence even one that is small as a bugs This poem is told directly from Robert Frosts mouth It shows how much the poet appreciates the little things in life Regardless of size Frost understands that a life is a life and all lives are important The imagery in this poem is very clear to me I can picture an old man trying to blow a piece of dirt off the paper Then the piece of dirt starts moving as he sees what he believes to be a dot on the paper but really to be a mite The old man then starts to think about the value of life The theme of the poem is that there is no such thing as an insignificant speck Everything and everyone has a purpose for being here This poem is filled with alliteration Some examples I found are cunning crept tenderer-than-thou and breathing blown Silberner 98 Mind is repeated three times in the final stanza Also there were two instances in which Frost used assonance room for and living mite The rhyme scheme of the first stanza of A Considerable Speck is AABBCCDADEEFGFGHH
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