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A SONG FOR OCTOBER, by THOMAS AUGUSTINE DALY    Poem Text            
First Line: Fruitful october! So fair and calm
Last Line: Chords of my heart give back to thee!
Alternate Author Name(s): Daly, T. A.
Subject(s): Frost; Music & Musicians; October; Praise; Singing & Singers; Songs


AFTER THE FROST, by JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: After the frost! O the rose is dead
Last Line: After the frost -- the frost!
Alternate Author Name(s): Johnson Of Boone, Benj. F.
Subject(s): Flowers; Frost; Gardens & Gardening; Kisses; Roses


ALL AT ONCE, by MARY JANE RYALS    Poem Source            
First Line: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I took all five
Last Line: What I found might not be what you're looking for
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


AUTUMN IMPRESSION, by RICHARD EUGENE BURTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A frost came overnight. Then all the day
Last Line: A haunt for spirits and a home for stars.
Subject(s): Autumn; Earth; Eyes; Frost; Leaves; Seasons; Stars; Fall; World


BALLADE OF MID-WINTER NIGHTS, by CHARLOTTE LOUISE BERTLESEN    Poem Text            
First Line: An icy wind sweeps up the dim-lit street
Last Line: Our trees stand starkly nude upon the lawn.
Subject(s): Frost; Weather; Winter


BEFORE THE FROST, by CHARLIE MEHRHOFF    Poem Source            
First Line: Wrapped myself %in the skin
Last Line: To find my way %home
Subject(s): Frost; Nature


BEFORE THE FROST, by MARGARET ELIZABETH MUNSON SANGSTER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There's a little pause of waiting, in the time that / falls between
Last Line: Let us raise our psalms majestic, let us tell his praise abroad!
Alternate Author Name(s): Van Deth, Gerrit, Mrs.
Subject(s): Frost


BIRCHERS, by ALEC BOND    Poem Source            
First Line: When I see birchers lean completely right
Last Line: Pea-brained arguments than from a right cross. %one could do worse than be a swinger of birchers
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


BIRCHES, by RON PADGETT    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When I see birches
Last Line: One could do worse than see birches
Subject(s): Birch Trees; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


BRUSHED BY THE MASTER'S HAND, by PAUL FLOYD CORNISH    Poem Text            
First Line: Somebody's coming to my house
Last Line: At the close of an autumn day.
Subject(s): Autumn; Frost; Seasons; Winter; Fall


BURLESQUE; UPON THE GREAT FROST, by CHARLES COTTON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: You now, sir, may, and justly, wonder
Last Line: You'll swear is sweet arcadia.
Subject(s): Foxe, John (1517-1587); Frost; Nostradamus, Michel De (1503-1566)


CHELAN, by ANN SPIERS    Poem Source            
First Line: In a decades-long dance gomez and alverro
Last Line: The bees are gone summer sits overlong %and too much fruit weighs down the trees
Subject(s): Fields; Frost; Fruit; Summer


COBWEB COLLEGE; AN ANTINOMIAN PARABLE ... FOR ROBERT FRIST, by KENNETH LESLIE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A batch of freshman came to cobweb college
Last Line: "better than day they know the day!"
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets; Universities & Colleges


DECEMBER, by LUMAN R. BOWDISH    Poem Text            
First Line: Keen is the clear deep vault of night
Last Line: Boreas molds the sullen storm.
Subject(s): December; Frost; Nature; Storms


DECEMBER LOVE, by RANDY BLASING    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: When, as you will, you leave me in the dust
Last Line: Give me the slip, black ice under my feet
Subject(s): Automobiles; Cold; Frost; Hearts; Love


FAIRBANKS UNDER THE SOLSTICE, by JOHN HAINES    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Slowly, without sun, the day sinks
Last Line: Word of the resurrection of silence.
Subject(s): Death, Return From; December; Frost; Winter


FAIRY ARTIST, by NELLIE M. GARRABRANT    Poem Source            
First Line: O there is a little artist
Subject(s): Frost


FEBRUARY MORNING, by HAYDEN CARRUTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The old man takes a nap
Last Line: The snow falls all day long.
Subject(s): Books; February; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Morning; Old Age; Poetry & Poets; Winter; Reading


FIRST FROST, by CHRISTOPHER DUNGEY    Poem Source            
First Line: A plain stick match %scratches its sulfur contrail
Last Line: Dachshund on his couch included, %whimpers in sleep
Subject(s): Frost; Poetry And Poets


FIRST FROST, by JEANNE EMMONS    Poem Source            
First Line: We bring the pots indoors
Last Line: For love, for love, for love
Subject(s): Frost; Love; Solitude


FIRST HARD FROST, by BARTON SUTTER    Poem Source            
First Line: The radio predicts the first hard frost
Last Line: Wine so dark it's like a glass of night
Subject(s): Frost


FOR ROBERT FROST, by RHINA POLONIA ESPAILLAT    Poem Source            
First Line: Easy as breath, without a trace of toil
Last Line: To make our songs no longer quite the same
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Man-woman Relationships; Poetry And Poets; Women's Rights


FOR ROBERT FROST, by GALWAY KINNELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Why do you talk so much
Last Line: Down hills floating by heart on the bulldozed land.
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


FOR ROBERT FROST, by SHIRLEY MAE SMITH    Poem Source            
First Line: I remember you standing
Last Line: Those two tramps %are still coming by %at %mud-time
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


FROST, by WILLIAM HENRY DAVIES    Poem Text            
First Line: What swords and spears, what daggers bright
Last Line: Where is your plump young sister, snow?'
Alternate Author Name(s): Davies, W. H.
Subject(s): Frost


FROST, by JOHN FREEMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Snow lengthens out the wintry light
Last Line: In frozen foam of light.
Subject(s): Frost; Snow


FROST, by SALLY L. HICKEY    Poem Source            
First Line: Frost whitened the world this morning
Last Line: Hopefully soon? %whiteness left everywhere
Subject(s): Frost


FROST, by FLOYD SKLOOT    Poem Source            
First Line: Wizened, spoiling for a fight, frost is here
Last Line: Around the twist of winter on the wind
Subject(s): Frost; Winter


FROST, by ARTHUR SZE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Notice each windowpane has a different
Last Line: Simply to live is a joy.
Subject(s): Frost


FROST, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I left my window wide for love
Last Line: Before the dawn was dead.
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Frost; Love


FROST, by EDITH MATILDA THOMAS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How small a tooth hath mined the season's heart
Last Line: And sets a mimic garden, cold and bright.
Subject(s): Frost; Nature


FROST, by WILLIAM WITHERUP    Poem Source            
First Line: The air condenses %during the night
Last Line: In a lake of pure light
Subject(s): Frost; Night


FROST AND HIS ENEMIES, by ROBERT BLY    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: When robert frost set down a poetic whim,
Last Line: Or a patch of snow or the steeple of a church.
Subject(s): Fate; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Innocence; Irony; Poetry & Poets; Truth; Destiny


FROST FLOWERS, by LOUIS JENKINS    Poem Source            
First Line: In the morning people go off to work all wrapped and bundled, through
Last Line: Blossoms open around us all night
Subject(s): Cold; Frost; Ice; Winter


FROST MAGIC, by ESTHER MILLS HARPHAM    Poem Text            
First Line: While mortals slept through hours of night
Last Line: That grace a fairy frosted hill.
Subject(s): Frost


FROST'S FARM ROAD, by JAMES HAYFORD    Poem Source            
First Line: I pocketed a pebble
Last Line: In or just under the great world
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); New England; Poetry And Poets


FROSTED PANE, by CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: One night came winter noiselessly
Subject(s): Frost; Nature


FROSTED TREES, by CASTLE CRAIN    Poem Text            
First Line: At night I lingered at my window
Last Line: But I knew god had heard my prayer.
Subject(s): Frost; Winter


FROSTY SHADOWS, by PEARL POTTER ETZ    Poem Text            
First Line: When peeping o'er the east's gray brink
Last Line: Splashed green on winter's white.
Subject(s): Frost; Sun; Winter


FROZEN FIRE, by FLORIS CLARK MCLAREN    Poem Text            
First Line: The air is full of diamond dust tonight
Last Line: How bitter black that trail to town!
Subject(s): Frost


GOOD-BY AND KEEP COLD, by ROBERT COOPERMAN    Poem Source            
First Line: Frost meant fruit trees and their need
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Orchards; Poetry And Poets


ICICLES, by GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: This fragile witchery of frost
Last Line: That leads unto the central sun.
Alternate Author Name(s): A. E.
Subject(s): Cold; Frost; God; Ice; Nature - Religious Aspects


INTERPRETATION OF A POEM BY FROST, by THYLIAS MOSS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A young black girl stopped by the woods
Subject(s): African Americans - Women; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


INTERPRETATION OF A POEM BY FROST, by THYLIAS MOSS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: A young black girl stopped by the woods
Last Line: Before she sleeps with jim
Subject(s): African Americans - Women; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


JACK FROST, by RAY CLARKE ROSE    Poem Text            
First Line: Ho! Ancient friend and honest peddler, jack
Last Line: Of boys snowballing on the village green!
Subject(s): Frost; Snow; Winter


JACK FROST IN THE GARDEN, by JOHN P. SMEETON    Poem Source            
Subject(s): Frost


JACK FROST'S APOLOGY, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: To strip you of your foliage
Last Line: Unless you grant your leaves.
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Frost


LETTER TO ROBERT FROST, by ROBERT SILLIMAN HILLYER    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Our friendship, robert, firm through twenty years
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


LIFE-BINDING, by LENORE BAELI WANG    Poem Source            
First Line: The bombing pressed a building pancake-stacked
Last Line: But finding nothing sweet, transferred no spores
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Man-woman Relationships; Poetry And Poets; Women's Rights


LOVE/SNOW, by JOANNE KYGER    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: When people say they love me I tell them/I wish I could stop thinking of robert
Last Line: Give me a loaf of bread -- I loaf you!/frost whenever it snows
Alternate Author Name(s): Snyder, Gary, Mrs.
Subject(s): Frost; Grief; Loss; Puns; Winter


MINE IS THE UNGLOVED, by JOHN MOLE    Poem Source            
Last Line: Of an early spring
Subject(s): Frost; Riddles


MR. FROST GOES SOUTH TO BOSTON, by FIRMAN HOUGHTON    Poem Text            
First Line: When I see buildings in a town together
Last Line: As I myself would ever want to go.
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


NEVER QUITE RIGHT, by DIANE JARVENPA    Poem Source            
First Line: What can I do with this night
Last Line: And never quite right
Subject(s): Frost; Winter


NIGHT OF FROST IN MAY, by GEORGE MEREDITH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: With splendour of a silver day
Last Line: Seen spinning on the bracken-crook.
Subject(s): Frost; May (month)


NOME BYPASS ROAD, by KEN WALDMAN    Poem Source            
First Line: The freak november of no snow
Last Line: Of a limitless universe %and I was cycling, thrilled
Subject(s): Eskimos; Frost; Native Americans; Nome, Alaska; Winter


OF ROBERT FROST, by GWENDOLYN BROOKS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a little lightning in his eyes
Last Line: Some specialness within
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


OF ROBERT FROST, by GWENDOLYN BROOKS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: There is a little lightning in his eyes
Last Line: Some specialness within
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


ON CROSSING THE RANGE OF HIGH LAND BETWEEN STONE AND MARKET DRAYTON, by REGINALD HEBER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Dread inmate of the northern zone!
Last Line: And fingers ghastly blue!
Subject(s): Cold; Frost; Winter


ON NOT FINDING FROST'S GRAVE IN THE DARK, by BRUCE WEIGL    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: So close I felt a rift in the air
Last Line: Cutting through what %fleshly light they could find
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Graves; Poetry And Poets


ON THE PORCH AT THE FROST PLACE, FRANCONIA, N.H., by WILLIAM MATTHEWS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: So here the great man stood
Alternate Author Name(s): Matthews, William Procter
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


ON THE PORCH AT THE FROST PLACE, FRANCONIA, N.H., by WILLIAM MATTHEWS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: So here the great man stood
Alternate Author Name(s): Matthews, William Procter
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


ONE DEGREE SHY OF SNOW, by CAROL KIVO    Poem Source            
First Line: I stumble over half frozen earth
Last Line: It is one degree shy of snow
Subject(s): Frost; Skiing; Snow; Winter


ONLY THE FROST, by GENEVIEVE TAGGARD    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Good night, good night. And this is warning
Last Line: There is only the frost in the hills!
Alternate Author Name(s): Wolf, Robert Leopold, Mrs.
Subject(s): Frost


OTHER DIRECTED, by TURNER CASSITY    Poem Source            
First Line: Two roads diverge, each in a yellow smog
Last Line: Some reason not to take the easy way?
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


PERIL OF HOPE, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It is right in there
Last Line: For a night of frost
Subject(s): Fear; Frost


POETIC EPIGRAMS: 14. THE FROST, by CALE YOUNG RICE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: How flowerlike the frost
Last Line: Creative summer's ghost?
Subject(s): Frost; Winter


PROMISES: ON A FAMILIAR POEM BY ROBERT FROST, by JUNE OWENS    Poem Source            
First Line: What vows you made, I don't pretend to know
Last Line: A few, or most, or some, before you slept
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Man-woman Relationships; Poetry And Poets; Women's Rights


QUARRELING WITH ROBERT FROST: 1, by MICHAEL S. GLASER    Poem Source            
First Line: What I'd call home
Last Line: That nothing truly loved %would ever die
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets; Quarrels


QUARRELING WITH ROBERT FROST: 2, by MICHAEL S. GLASER    Poem Source            
First Line: Or were you talking of something else
Last Line: To go to - %and often do
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets; Quarrels


REMEMBERING FROST AT KENNEDY’S INAUGURATION, by LINDA PASTAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Even the flags seemed frozen
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Kennedy, John Fitzgerald (1917-1963)


REREADING FROST, by LINDA PASTAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sometimes I think all the best poems
Subject(s): Poetry & Poets; Frost, Robert (1874-1963)


ROBERT FROST, by JOSEPH HARGRAVES    Poem Source            
First Line: I can't stand that pompous bastard I saw
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


ROBERT FROST, by ROBERT LOWELL    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Robert frost at midnight, the audience gone
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


ROBERT FROST, by ROBERT LOWELL    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Robert frost at midnight, the audience gone
Last Line: How little good my health did anyone near me.
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


ROBERT FROST, by LEX RUNCIMAN    Poem Source            
First Line: But for pictures
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


ROBERT FROST RELATES THE DEATH OF THE TIRED MAN, by LOUIS UNTERMEYER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There were two of us left in the berry patch
Last Line: "he never knew 'em. He was just tired,"" he said."
Alternate Author Name(s): Lewis, Michael
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets


SAND DUNES, by ROBERT FROST    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Sea waves are green and wet
Last Line: For the one more cast off shell.
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Keller, Helen (1880-1968); Poetry & Poets; Seashore; Ships & Shipping; Beach; Coast; Shore


SAPPHO AND PHAON: 2. THE TEMPLE OF CHASTITY, by MARY DARBY ROBINSON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: High on a rock, coeval with the skies
Last Line: While love, his arrows broke, retires forlorn.
Subject(s): Affliction; Frost; Ice; Love; Temples; Mosques


SEED LEAVES; HOMAGE TO R. F., by RICHARD WILBUR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here something stubborn comes
Last Line: And starts to ramify
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets; Seeds; Spring


SEED LEAVES; HOMAGE TO R. F., by RICHARD WILBUR    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: Here something stubborn comes
Last Line: Takes aim at all the sky %and starts to ramify
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets; Seeds; Spring


SISTER WATER: THE ICE, by AMADO NERVO    Poem Source            
First Line: To cover the fishes in the depths, which are dying of cold
Last Line: And I prayed, 'let us praise god, brother ice!'
Subject(s): Death; Frost; God; Ice; Praise; Religion


SO FROST ASTOUNDS, by ROBERT PENN WARREN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: I have thought: this will be so
Subject(s): Frost


SONNET, by ELWYN BROOKS WHITE    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: That same white traveller, frost, that could not pass
Last Line: Lost in the hurrying night and the wind's beginning
Alternate Author Name(s): White, E. B.
Subject(s): Frost


SPRING FROST, by BERNICE LESBIA KENYON    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: You can feel it under your feet, this frost that silvers / the grass
Last Line: And the silvered beauty of frost on bloom like foam of the sea.
Alternate Author Name(s): Gilkyson, Walter, Mrs.
Subject(s): Cold; Frost


SUN USED TO SHINE, by PHILIP EDWARD THOMAS    Poem Source             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun used to shine while we two walked
Last Line: Go talking and have easy hours
Alternate Author Name(s): Eastaway, Edward; Thomas, Edward
Subject(s): Environment; Fields; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Herefordshire, England; Poetry And Poets; Walking


THANKS, ROBERT FROST, by DAVID RAY    Poem Source            
First Line: Do you have hope for the future
Last Line: You said it, rather casually, as snow %went on falling in vermont years ago
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets


THE DEFEAT OF WINTER, by DAVID MACBETH MOIR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: But yester morn the frozen snow
Last Line: Upon it all shall melt in bliss.
Alternate Author Name(s): Delta
Subject(s): Frost; Memory; Mourning; Snow; Winter; Bereavement


THE FIRST FROST, by EDITH H. SHANK    Poem Text            
First Line: The world has changed her dress
Last Line: Has paid the modiste's frightful fee.
Subject(s): Frost; Winter


THE FROST SPIRIT, by JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: He comes, he comes, the frost spirit
Last Line: Sounding wing goes by!
Subject(s): Frost


THE FROZEN GREENHOUSE (ST. JULIOT), by THOMAS HARDY    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: There was a frost
Last Line: And knows it not.
Subject(s): Frost; Greenhouses


THE PIGEONS, by JOHN FREEMAN    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The pigeons, following the faint warm light
Last Line: As thou dost blot out all our miseries.
Subject(s): Frost; Pain; Pigeons; Winter; Suffering; Misery


THE POWERFUL, by WILLIAM ROSE BENET    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When baffled days seem each to drag a chain
Last Line: Shy mistletoe, plucked by valhalla's gate?
Subject(s): Frost; Glass & Glassblowers; Snow; Glaziers


THE STILLNESS OF THE FROST, by CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Out of the frost-white wood comes winnowing through
Last Line: The grace of thine austerity sublime!
Subject(s): Frost; Life; Love; Time


THE SUN USED TO SHINE, by PHILIP EDWARD THOMAS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: The sun used to shine while we two walked
Alternate Author Name(s): Eastaway, Edward; Thomas, Edward
Subject(s): Environment; Fields; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Herefordshire, England; Poetry & Poets; Walking; Environmental Protection; Ecology; Conservation; Pastures; Meadows; Leas


THE TIMBER WOLVES, by IVAN SWIFT    Poem Text            
First Line: We are the slaves of the timber land
Last Line: The boss of care is the king of the world!
Subject(s): Frost; Slavery; Snow; Wilderness; Wolves; Serfs


THE TWINS, by JOHN BANISTER TABB    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Are you lost
Last Line: When I come with my sister, the snow.
Alternate Author Name(s): Father Tabb
Subject(s): Frost; Snow


THE TYRANT, by NORA M. DUNCAN    Poem Text            
First Line: Winter, in the cruel clasp of his icy fingers
Last Line: "all the world is mine today! All belongs to me!"
Subject(s): Frost


THE WOODCUT ON THE COVER OF ROBERT FROST'S COMPLETE POEMS, by HAYDEN CARRUTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: A man plowing starts at the side of the field
Last Line: Then walking home with the horses at end of day.
Subject(s): Farm Life; Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Plowing & Plowmen; Poetry & Poets; Agriculture; Farmers


TIME OF FROST DESCENDING, by ZHAO ZHENKAI    Poem Source            
First Line: Before the ocean changes
Last Line: Old desires blare %together the lights of home expire
Variant Title(s): Frostfal
Subject(s): Frost


TOTAL REVOLUTION (AN ANSWER FOR ROBERT FROST), by OSCAR WILLIAMS    Poem Source            
First Line: I advocate a total revolution
Last Line: P.S. And need I add by way of a conclusion %I wouldn't dream to a ask a rosicrucian
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry And Poets; Revolutions


VERMONT, by HAYDEN CARRUTH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: It's french, of course - our name. And I must think
Subject(s): Frost, Robert (1874-1963); Poetry & Poets; Vermont; Warren, Josiah (1798-1874)


WATER LACE AND WHITE EYES, by ELEANOR WILNER    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: And the mist rising
Last Line: In the northern dawn.
Alternate Author Name(s): Wilner, Eleanor Rand
Subject(s): Bones; Frost; Ice; North, The; Snow


WELCOME TO FROST, by PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: O spirit! At whose wafts of chilling breath
Last Line: Whose touch is healing, and whose breath is -- peace!
Subject(s): Frost


WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE GROUND, by AMOS RUSSEL WELLS    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: When the frost is in the ground, with its sharp silver pick
Last Line: And be grateful that the frost was in the ground.
Subject(s): Frost


WHITE DEATH, by CLARK ASHTON SMITH    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Methought the world was bound with final frost
Last Line: All darkness rendered shelterless and pale.
Subject(s): Death; Frost; Sun; Dead, The


WHITE DUSK, by MARION M. BOYD    Poem Text            
First Line: The fog is freezing on the trees and shrubs
Last Line: Like white thoughts smiling through gray memory.
Alternate Author Name(s): Havighurst, Walter, Mrs.
Subject(s): Fog; Frost; Ghosts; Supernatural; Haze


WHY FREEZE, by HANU    Poem Source            
First Line: Why freeze to sleep
Last Line: Tonight, I'll have a sleep that thaws
Subject(s): Cold; Dreams; Frost; Sleep; Solitude; Winter


WINTER, by MARY BALDWIN    Poem Text            
First Line: The wind blows high, the wind blows low
Last Line: All silent, white.
Subject(s): Frost; Hunger; Snow; Wind; Winter


WINTER, by E. H. SMITH    Poem Text            
First Line: The naked trees rattle their gaunt limbs
Last Line: After death will spring come again?
Subject(s): Cold; Frost; Seasons; Winter


WINTER: 3. CLEAR FROST, by DAVID MACBETH MOIR    Poem Text             Poet's Biography
First Line: Tis noon, the heaven is clear without a cloud
Last Line: He had no chains to bind the spirit's flow.
Alternate Author Name(s): Delta
Subject(s): Frost; Winter