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Frost: Poems (Everyman's Library Pocket Poets)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

I cant give it 5 stars

Over all this is a wonderful collection of Robert Frost, America's Pastoral poet. Reading his prose and poetry, brings me to a time when things were a little slower, a bit more intimate, and just a bit nostalgic for the America of our collective youth's (or what we seem...
Over all this is a wonderful collection of Robert Frost, America's Pastoral poet. Reading his prose and poetry, brings me to a time when things were a little slower, a bit more intimate, and just a bit nostalgic for the America of our collective youth's (or what we seem to recall of it). It is not all fluff, the death of the hired man is one such poem, and also the witch of coos. the only reason I cannot give this pocket version 5 stars, IMHO any collection of Robert Frost's work, should have "Stopping by woods on a snowy evening". Otherwise I do recommend this book.

"The woods are lovely dark and deep
But I have Promises to Keep
And miles to go before I sleep
and miles to go before I sleep"

posted by Mutty_H on March 8, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

For the poem contest

Love has been called everlasting
Love has been called a bond
Oh its been called so many things
But it doesnt matter when youve been done wrong
We all know it hurts
But not all are broken
There is still hope for those who can find it
...
Love has been called everlasting
Love has been called a bond
Oh its been called so many things
But it doesnt matter when youve been done wrong
We all know it hurts
But not all are broken
There is still hope for those who can find it
-Ivy (thats me)

posted by Anonymous on December 9, 2012

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  • Posted March 8, 2009

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    I cant give it 5 stars

    Over all this is a wonderful collection of Robert Frost, America's Pastoral poet. Reading his prose and poetry, brings me to a time when things were a little slower, a bit more intimate, and just a bit nostalgic for the America of our collective youth's (or what we seem to recall of it). It is not all fluff, the death of the hired man is one such poem, and also the witch of coos. the only reason I cannot give this pocket version 5 stars, IMHO any collection of Robert Frost's work, should have "Stopping by woods on a snowy evening". Otherwise I do recommend this book.

    "The woods are lovely dark and deep
    But I have Promises to Keep
    And miles to go before I sleep
    and miles to go before I sleep"

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

    Poems frost

    I am a poem fan man

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