Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening

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Nature is such an important aspect of life. Some people really enjoy nature and its beauties, but some people ignore or don't appreciate what is here before us. All over the world there is so much pollution and destruction. Some people also consider nature to be dark like a storm. Robert Frost's parents had always influenced his writing from his abusive father which made his poems very lonely and a loving mother who influenced his appreciation for nature. To begin, Robert Frost was a very talented poet with a story to tell. Robert Frost was born March 26, 1874 in San Francisco, California, in the United States. As a kid, Frost was always shy and was always isolated from other people. He loved nature, which was inspired by his mother who was very close to Frost when he was a kid. When he was young he did not have many friends and he didn't have a very good life. [“Nurtured in a house of fear, Robert was a highly sensitive child who often suffered from stomach pains and other mysterious ailments”] (Dreese). In…show more content…
In this poem, the speaker stops by the woods when it is snowing out in the evening. Then, goes to observe and enjoy the views of the lovely nature. Also, the speaker wants to stay to admire more, but needs to rest and has to leave. An example of repetition is that It says “and miles to go before I sleep, and miles to go before I sleep.” (15-16 “Stopping by Woods”). It reveals long the person fell asleep for and to add a tired feeling when it becomes night time in the woods. In addition, the speaker is thinking “to stop without a farmhouse near between the woods and frozen lake.”(6-7“Stopping By Woods”) This example of imagery is trying to paint of picture of what the woods looks like as you read more. For example, in most all of the diction put into the poem helps to be able to imagine what it's
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