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Robert Frost Love Poems

Robert Frost was a popular and amazing American poet whose poems are timeless. His works combine three main themes: Love, Nature and Society. The best love poems are: “Love and A question”, “Fire and Ice”, “Reluctance” and “Wind and Window flower”. His poems were short but very deep. An important feature of writing is that readers have to understand a hidden content though the artist vision. Frost was convinced that love can always find a meaning in the world around man:

“But whether or not a man was asked

To mar the love of two

by harboring woe in the bridal house,

The bridegroom wished he knew.”

Frost himself says: “All my poems are love poems”. The pain of love can help us to bear the struggle of life. A very sensitive soul is required to appreciate the love between the men and women in Frost’s poems. Human love has been examined in its different terms: love of wife (husband) mother, children, God, and other men (readers). In any case, a breathtaking feeling of dearness is always connected with struggle and difficulties. However, it makes us life for something.

Robert Frost fell in love with countryside in this regions and the nature around him also was some kind if inspiration. While in England, Frost also established a friendship with the poet Ezra Pound, who helped to promote and publish his work. This woman became a very close and important person in poet’s life.

No wonder, Robert Frost’s quotation is so romantic, tender and realistic nowadays: “Love is an irresistible desire to be an irresistibly desired!”

Here is a list of Robert Frost Love Poems

  1. The Road Not Taken
  2. Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening
  3. Fire and Ice
  4. Nothing Gold Can Stay
  5. To Earthward
  6. Reluctance
  7. Wind and Window Flower
  8. Love and a question