Stories tagged robert-frost

Revenge poem for Sara, following her disparaging remarks about my unfamiliarity with the literary history of the East Coast

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In distant climes ’cross landlocked plains, where history digs still-shallow roots, From masonry a statue looms And in her arms gay pigeons roost.


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So the utmost question remains, will you partner me this transaction!


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I didn't get it. Was she playing dumb? I looked into her eyes. They were so busy with eyeliner and glitter, I couldn't read them.


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I did not understand its meaning until college when I learned that Frost would take long walks—the inspiration for so many of his poems—and would leave his wife at home while he did. And just before he left, she would guilt-trip him just a little by walk