What type of poem is Fire& Ice by Robert Frost?

Answer Born in 1874, Robert Frost wrote "Fire and Ice" a short poem about our destructive emotions. Only nine lines long, it was first published in 1920 in Harper's.Fire and Ice - The PoemSome say the wor... Read More »

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What is the meaning of'Mending Wall'by Robert Frost?

Robert Frost's poem "Mending Wall" is about Frost and his neighbor repairing a stone wall in springtime after a New England winter. More deeply, it is about barriers, but like any great poem, it ha... Read More »

What kind of poetry did robert frost write?

Robert Frost usually wrote in the traditional forms of poetry, such as blank or rhymed verse, according to The Friends of Robert Frost. Frost shied away from traditional syntax, but he never veered... Read More »

What inspired Robert Frost to write poetry?

The American poet Robert Frost drew much of his inspiration from the 30-acre farm he owned from 1900 to 1911. The farm, in Derry, New Hampshire, is a landmark that "represents a special era in the ... Read More »

What Robert Frost poems were set to music by Randall Thompson?

Choral composer Randall Thompson set seven of Robert Frost's poems to music. Those poems include "The Road Not Taken," "The Pasture," "Come In," "The Telephone," "A Girl's Garden," "Stopping By Wo... Read More »