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Mowing

Robert Frost

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hey.
2002-02-12
Added by: Taichi\'s Friend
I haven't read this poem too! But I also like the title. I hope I can read it soon. see ya and enjoy reading the poem, Taichi.
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2002-02-12
Added by: Taichi Kitazawa
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2002-02-12
Added by: Taichi\'s friend
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Mowing by Robert Frost
2003-02-09
Added by: dee brown
relates to Keats Ode to Autumn, to do with a labour of love, making things healthy and making them grow - very rewarding. basic tenet of farming in the past - using a scythe, working with the land. being real.
Mowing
2003-03-10
Added by: Diego Gutierrez
Many people mistakenly indentify Robert Frost as a nature-poet. His poems are centralized on nature but their meaning is not based on nature. For instance, Mowing is not just about scythe and working hard on a field. The scythe is used as a figurative language (personification). It represents reality. Meaning that his poems are not about dreams and imagination "It was no dream of the gift of idle hours, or easy gold at the hand of fay or elf" but mostly about real life.

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