September 1st, 2018
Frost, Robert. “After Apple-Picking.” Come in and other Poems. Edited by John O; Hara Congrave II. Franklin Watts, Inc., 1943 pp. 168-170.
At the start of the poem a guy, or the narrator was picking apples all day, but it was getting dark and he was tired. Then he sat down and began to fall asleep to dream of apple picking some more. This dream though was different though. He could not stop thinking about picking apples and if he would have dropped an apple the apple would become worthless
Frost, Robert. “The Road Not Taken.” Come in and other Poems. Edited by John O; Hara Congrave II. Franklin Watts, Inc., 1943 pp. 163.
The speaker stumbles upon a fork in the road and sees 2 “different paths” but they are the same distance. He says that he will come back to the other path later but then realizes that he can never come back. So, he says to people he “took the road less traveled” but actually the 2 roads are the same. He goes on and wonders what the other path would look like and ponders about the end of the other path too.
Frost, Robert. “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.” Come in and other Poems. Edited by John O; Hara Congrave II. Franklin Watts, Inc., 1943 pp. 137.
The narrator stops in the woods to admire the snow with the contrast of the trees while on a farmer’s land. He then hears the horse’s bells ring and starts to worry about how cold he is, so he then trots on. The horse was just inpatient and wanted to go home and not stay m...