The power of nature is a recurring theme. Many world changing events happened in his lifetime such as the stock market crash and World War II to name a few.
I guess, I have a strange way of looking at things because this is not the first time I have a different opinion on what a poem or story means then the majority of the class.
I know it should be longer than what I wrote, but what would you recommend? Urbanity is what he knows, he grew up in it.
Showing inspiring perseverance, the author sent in another essay on Robert Frost two weeks after his first submission. Frost's underlying message, however, isn't nearly as straightforward. Although the poem is short, it holds a very interesting question to think about.
Frost's mother died of cancer in I understand when Frost uses this colloquial language and imagery that the moth seems to be camouflaged by the leaf as they are the same colour and this was clearly done on purpose.
By the s, he was the most celebrated poet in America; with his fame and honor increasing as well. Yet, just as Frost is aware of the distances between one man and another, so he is also always aware of the distinction, the ultimate separateness, of nature and man.
The human condition explores what is means to be alive and why everything happens in both our lives and those of others.