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Poems by Robert Frost :

Fire and Ice

Nothing Gold Can Stay

The Road Not Taken

The Rose Family

The Sound of the Trees

'In White': Frost's Early Version Of Design by Robert Frost

A Boundless Moment by Robert Frost

A Brook in the City by Robert Frost

A Cliff Dwelling by Robert Frost

A Dream Pang by Robert Frost

A Fountain, a Bottle, a Donkey's Ears, and Some Books by Robert Frost

A Girl's Garden by Robert Frost

A Hillside Thaw by Robert Frost

A Hundred Collars by Robert Frost

A Late Walk by Robert Frost

A Line-Storm Song by Robert Frost

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A Star in a Stoneboat by Robert Frost

A Time to Talk by Robert Frost

A Winter Eden by Robert Frost

Acceptance by Robert Frost

Acquainted With the Night by Robert Frost

After Apple-Picking by Robert Frost

An Empty Threat by Robert Frost

An Encounter by Robert Frost

An Old Man's Winter Night by Robert Frost

Asking For Roses by Robert Frost

Atmosphere by Robert Frost

Bereft by Robert Frost

Birches by Robert Frost

Blueberries by Robert Frost

Blue-Butterfly Day by Robert Frost

Bond and Free by Robert Frost

Brown’s Descent by Robert Frost

But Outer Space by Robert Frost

Canis Major by Robert Frost

Christmas Trees by Robert Frost

Come In by Robert Frost

Desert Places by Robert Frost

Design by Robert Frost

Devotion by Robert Frost

Dust in the Eyes by Robert Frost

Dust of Snow by Robert Frost

Evening in a Sugar Orchard by Robert Frost

Fire and Ice by Robert Frost

Fireflies in the Garden by Robert Frost

Flower-Gathering by Robert Frost

For Once, Then, Something by Robert Frost

Fragmentary Blue by Robert Frost

Gathering Leaves by Robert Frost

Ghost House by Robert Frost

Going for Water by Robert Frost

Good Hours by Robert Frost

Good-by and Keep Cold by Robert Frost

Hannibal by Robert Frost

Home Burial by Robert Frost

Hyla Brook by Robert Frost

I Will Sing You One-O by Robert Frost

II. The Pauper Witch of Grafton by Robert Frost

Immigrants by Robert Frost

In a Disused Graveyard by Robert Frost

In a Vale by Robert Frost

In Hardwood Groves by Robert Frost

In Neglect by Robert Frost

In the Home Stretch by Robert Frost

Into My Own by Robert Frost

Leaves Compared With Flowers by Robert Frost

Locked Out by Robert Frost

Lodged by Robert Frost

Looking For a Sunset Bird in Winter by Robert Frost

Love and a Question by Robert Frost

Maple by Robert Frost

Meeting and Passing by Robert Frost

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Misgiving by Robert Frost

Mowing by Robert Frost

My Butterfly by Robert Frost

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Neither Out Far Nor In Deep by Robert Frost

Never Again Would Bird's Song Be The Same by Robert Frost

New Hampshire by Robert Frost

Not To Keep by Robert Frost

Nothing Gold Can Stay by Robert Frost

Now Close the Windows by Robert Frost

October by Robert Frost

On a Tree Fallen Across the Road by Robert Frost

On Going Unnoticed by Robert Frost

On Looking Up By Chance At The Constellations by Robert Frost

Once By The Pacific by Robert Frost

One Step Backward Taken by Robert Frost

Our Singing Strength by Robert Frost

Out, Out--' by Robert Frost

Pan with Us by Robert Frost

Paul's Wife by Robert Frost

Place for a Third by Robert Frost

Plowmen by Robert Frost

Provide, Provide by Robert Frost

Putting in the Seed by Robert Frost

Range-Finding by Robert Frost

Reluctance by Robert Frost

Revelation by Robert Frost

Riders by Robert Frost

Rose Pogonias by Robert Frost

Sand Dunes by Robert Frost

Sitting by a Bush in Broad Sunlight by Robert Frost

Snow by Robert Frost

Spring Pools by Robert Frost

Stars by Robert Frost

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost

Storm Fear by Robert Frost

The Aim was Song by Robert Frost

The Armful by Robert Frost

The Ax-Helve by Robert Frost

The Bear by Robert Frost

The Birthplace by Robert Frost

The Black Cottage by Robert Frost

The Bonfire by Robert Frost

The Census-Taker by Robert Frost

The Cocoon by Robert Frost

The Code by Robert Frost

The Cow In Apple-Time by Robert Frost

The Death of the Hired Man by Robert Frost

The Demiurge's Laugh by Robert Frost

The Door in the Dark by Robert Frost

The Egg and the Machine by Robert Frost

The Exposed Nest by Robert Frost

The Fear by Robert Frost

The Flood by Robert Frost

The Flower Boat by Robert Frost

The Freedom of the Moon by Robert Frost

The Generations of Men by Robert Frost

The Grindstone by Robert Frost

The Gum-Gatherer by Robert Frost

The Hill Wife by Robert Frost

The Housekeeper by Robert Frost

The Investment by Robert Frost

The Kitchen Chimney by Robert Frost

The Last Mowing by Robert Frost

The Last Word of a Blue Bird by Robert Frost

The Line-Gang by Robert Frost

The Lockless Door by Robert Frost

The Mountain by Robert Frost

The Need of Being Versed in Country Things by Robert Frost

The Onset by Robert Frost

The Oven Bird by Robert Frost

The Pasture by Robert Frost

The Peaceful Shepherd by Robert Frost

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

The Rose Family by Robert Frost

The Runaway by Robert Frost

The Self-Seeker by Robert Frost

The Silken Tent by Robert Frost

The Sound of the Trees by Robert Frost

The Span Of Life by Robert Frost

The Star-Splitter by Robert Frost

The Telephone by Robert Frost

The Thatch by Robert Frost

The Times Table by Robert Frost

The Trial by Existence by Robert Frost

The Tuft of Flowers by Robert Frost

The Valley's Singing Day by Robert Frost

The Vanishing Red by Robert Frost

The Vantage Point by Robert Frost

The Wood-Pile by Robert Frost

They Were Welcome To Their Belief by Robert Frost

To E.T. by Robert Frost

To Earthward by Robert Frost

To the Thawing Wind by Robert Frost

Tree At My Window by Robert Frost

Two Look at Two by Robert Frost

Two Tramps In Mud Time by Robert Frost

Waiting by Robert Frost

What Fifty Said by Robert Frost

Wild Grapes by Robert Frost

Wind and Window Flower by Robert Frost

 


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The Valley's Singing Day by Robert Frost

The sound of the closing outside door was all.
You made no sound in the grass with your footfall,
As far as you went from the door, which was not far;
But had awakened under the morning star
The first song-bird that awakened all the rest.
He could have slept but a moment more at best.
Already determined dawn began to lay
In place across a cloud the slender ray
For prying across a cloud the slender ray
For prying beneath and forcing the lids of sight,
And loosing the pent-up music of over-night.
But dawn was not to begin their 'pearly-pearly;
(By which they mean the rain is pearls so early,
Before it changes to diamonds in the sun),
Neither was song that day to be self-begun.
You had begun it, and if there needed proof--
I was asleep still under the dripping roof,
My window curtain hung over the sill to wet;
But I should awake to confirm your story yet;
I should be willing to say and help you say
That once you had opened the valley's singing day.

Flower-Gathering by Robert Frost

I LEFT you in the morning,
And in the morning glow,
You walked a way beside me
To make me sad to go.
Do you know me in the gloaming,
Gaunt and dusty gray with roaming?
Are you dumb because you know me not,
Or dumb because you know?

All for me And not a question
For the faded flowers gay
That could take me from beside you
For the ages of a day?
They are yours, and be the measure
Of their worth for you to treasure,
The measure of the little while
That I've been long away.

 

Ghost House by Robert Frost

I DWELL in a lonely house I know
That vanished many a summer ago,
And left no trace but the cellar walls,
And a cellar in which the daylight falls,
And the purple-stemmed wild raspberries grow.

O'er ruined fences the grape-vines shield
The woods come back to the mowing field;
The orchard tree has grown one copse
Of new wood and old where the woodpecker chops;
The footpath down to the well is healed.

I dwell with a strangely aching heart
In that vanished abode there far apart
On that disused and forgotten road
That has no dust-bath now for the toad.
Night comes; the black bats tumble and dart;

The whippoorwill is coming to shout
And hush and cluck and flutter about:
I hear him begin far enough away
Full many a time to say his say
Before he arrives to say it out.

It is under the small, dim, summer star.
I know not who these mute folk are
Who share the unlit place with me--
Those stones out under the low-limbed tree
Doubtless bear names that the mosses mar.

They are tireless folk, but slow and sad,
Though two, close-keeping, are lass and lad,--
With none among them that ever sings,
And yet, in view of how many things,
As sweet companions as might be had.