While the subjects of Robert Frost’s poems vary between abstract occurrences and realistic storylines, his works denounce the destructive or alienating inclinations of human nature.
"Revelation" Robert Frost We make ourselves a place apart Behind light words that tease and flout, But oh, the agitated heart Till someone find us really out. 'Tis pity if the case require (Or so we say) that in the end We speak the literal to inspire The understanding of a friend. But so with... Continue Reading →
I walked along Along I walked, and came across Two roads, two paths, one wide, one narrow One to joy, and one to sorrow. One with many, and one with few. I chose the joy, I chose the narrow. I walked along Along I walked, the road grew coarse, the stones sharp, the knolls... Continue Reading →
I chose to analyze the poem "Storm Warnings" by Adrienne Rich. On the surface, the poem is about an approaching storm and the fact that, despite the many warnings and signs, storms can arrive suddenly and unexpectedly. But the work also has a deeper meaning in regards to the storms that have nothing to do... Continue Reading →