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Oh, if there were only the words to express how I feel about Frost There aren t the right words nor near enough However, I do enjoy reading his poems They buoy me I am usually a lover of short poems, yet, even in his longer poems a line or two will reverberate.Most will recommend Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening , The Road Not Taken or Nothing Gold Can Stay There are reasons why they would recommend these poems, as they have merit Yet, these are not the only poems worth their keep I recommend reading Reluctance , Into My Own , Tree At My Window , Wild Grapes and Devotion I may yet live, as I know others live, To wish in vain to let go with the mind Of cares, at night, to sleep but nothing tells meThat I need learn to let go with the heart from Wild Grapes Robert Frost wrote some stunning and thought provoking poems Almost everyone has heard of Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening or The Road Not Taken , but one of my all time favorites is Desert Places The last verse They cannot scare me with their empty spacesBetween stars on stars where no human race is.I have it in me so much nearer homeTo scare myself with my own desert places. 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Lovely poems Frost isn t a favorite poet of mine, but he s definitely memorable and brilliant. Robert Frost is the Thomas Kinkade of poetry. Robert Frost has the most beautiful poetry My dad used to read to me from this book every night before bed and it has been a fovorite ever since When I was little my favorite one was The pasture Now I love Reluctance OUT through the fields and the woods And over the walls I have wended I have climbed the hills of view And looked at the world, and descended I have come by the highway home, 5 And lo, it is ended The leaves are all dead on the ground, Save those that the oak is keeping To ravel them one by one And let them go scraping and creeping 10 Out over the crusted snow, When others are sleeping And the dead leaves lie huddled and still, No longer blown hither and thither The last lone aster is gone 15 The flowers of the witch hazel wither The heart is still aching to seek, But the feet question Whither Ah, when to the heart of man Was it ever less than a treason 20 To go with the drift of things, To yield with a grace to reason, And bow and accept the end Of a love or a season It s not that I have a favourite Robert Frost poem he s not that kind of fellow Yes, there are many quotable quotes that people bandy about but again, he s not that kind of fellow I dip into this collection again and again, when I want the world to slow down a little, and I just want to dream away a few hours, an afternoon These are especially good on snowy, blustery, mid winter afternoons when there is nothing to do, and nowhere to go And in the evening, you stop by a wood, lovely, dark, and deep He s the kind of fellow with whom you could have had long, interesting conversations, whether or not the discourse took you anywhere on that particular day but to never make the mistake, in that conversation, of confusing his simplicity of language with simplicity of thought for he is than a considerable speck in the universe and he has allowed me to take many roads, in my mind, not taken in the physical world This is a well thumbed, well loved collection. I m currently working my way through this book, which is the standard edition of his collected poetry Should be done some time in 2018 2019 never Frost in 1941I m abandoning my reading of Frost s poetry Too many other books to get read.Having gotten up through A Witness Tree I m guessing that I ve probably read most of his poems that are still remembered It was a great journey, I found out a lot about Frost and the surprising poetry that he wrote through most of his long life A very modern poet, even though in the end I get the impression that he is properly classified as a quite regional poet, one who in much of his work writes of people and attitudes that are found in American New England that area northeast of New York and even specifically north of Boston Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and the northern edge of Massachusetts Below are the nine collections of poetry the book contains, the year the collection was published, and links to separate reviews of the collections, for those I ve read and reviewed These reviews will primarily be comprised of quotations of some of the poems I enjoyed most, with perhaps some additional comments 1 A Boy s Will, 1913 review 2 North of Boston, 1914 review 3 Mountain Interval, 1916 review 4 New Hampshire, 1924 review 5 West Running Brook, 1929 review 6 A Further Range, 1936 review 7 A Witness Tree, 1942 review not yet written.and the unread 8 Steeple Bush, 1947 9 In the Clearing, 1962Plus two plays Frost wrote 10 A Masque of Reason, 1945 11 A Masque of Mercy, 1947Finally not in the book , I ve reviewed the following Robert Frost A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by James M Cox See the link for Previous library review below Previous review Basil Street BluesNext review North of BostonOlder review Understanding PowerPrevious library review Robert Frost critical reviewsNext library review A Boy s Will see above