Monday, December 12, 2011

Monday Poetry Paradise Review: 32

Robert Frost is famous for his poetry writing, many of his work are published in book form, one can either borrow them from locale public library, or buy them from online such as

According to readers’ review, Poetry for Young People by Robert Frost is an excellent introduction to his poetry work.

“I read Poetry for Young People by Robert Frost. While I do not enjoy poetry, I felt this was a good introduction to his work.

"The Cow in Apple Time" gives the cow some personality by telling how she left the boring old pasture in search of something sweet and perhaps it wasn't a good idea because she ends up with an upset stomach and her milk runs dry.

"A Prayer in the Spring" talks about the end of winter and the beginning of spring. It tells about the dreariness of winter coming alive with the colors of spring and the changes that must take place as time changes.

Another of his poems from the book is "Now Close the Windows" is similar to "A Prayer in the Spring" because it's about change, but it's the change from warmer days to the coming winter.

If I had to pick a favorite from this book, it would have to be "The Last Word of a Bluebird" because it personifies the crow and the bluebird. The crow speaks about the bluebird who is flying south for the winter. The bluebird left a message for a young girls and it shows concern for the girl to take care to stay warm and not get sick. He also says he will be returning in the Spring when the weather turns warm again.”

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Unknown said...

this is suitable for new or aspiring poets.

keep reading.

loved Robert Frost's poetry.

Gerry Snape said...

Always have adored Robert Frost...on a par with Yeats!