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Analysis and comments on The Pasture by Robert Frost

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Comment 19 of 139, added on December 3rd, 2007 at 4:57 AM.

it tooks me a while before i could fetch the point out of frost robert
poem,[the pasture]..i believe the poet in the first stanza,was trying to
shade light on how nature should be appreciated.on a bright beautiful day
commitment and dedication should be an objective."i ll only stop to rake
the leaves away.".
the second stanza based on how beautiful life could be for an
infant[totters]and the fullest joy of the the mother having her baby..'i
shan't be gone long-you come too'the poet is also offering an invitation
for the readers to appeciate life and its nature.

AWAL from Nigeria
Comment 18 of 139, added on May 13th, 2007 at 6:41 PM.

Although this poem is rather short, The Pasture can be a tricky poem to
understand. Frost feels this way about his writing because of how he is
connected to nature. It shows how a life on a pasture works. He is trying
to explain in this poem that life is no rush. He wants to express that
someone’s life can be great if you take life slow. This poem also expresses
the connection between animals and humans. It shows great detail of a cow’s
life out on a field with its family being very happy. In this poem, the
character watches how the cows take their life’s very slowly and
peacefully. It shows that the character should do the same thing too.

tyler from United States
Comment 17 of 139, added on May 13th, 2007 at 6:41 PM.

Although this poem is rather short, The Pasture can be a tricky poem to
understand. Frost feels this way about his writing because of how he is
connected to nature. It shows how a life on a pasture works. He is trying
to explain in this poem that life is no rush. He wants to express that
someone’s life can be great if you take life slow. This poem also expresses
the connection between animals and humans. It shows great detail of a cow’s
life out on a field with its family being very happy. In this poem, the
character watches how the cows take their life’s very slowly and
peacefully. It shows that the character should do the same thing too.

tyler from United States
Comment 16 of 139, added on May 13th, 2007 at 6:30 PM.

i think this poem is great, i am supposed to do this poem as an analysation
for english, it is pretty cool..

tyler from United States
Comment 15 of 139, added on January 29th, 2007 at 11:35 PM.

i really like this poem because it givs you a feelling about animals and
their personalities.

freddie from United States
Comment 14 of 139, added on January 28th, 2007 at 11:49 PM.

i really like this poem because it kida talks about animals and i love and.
and i also grew up ona ranck.

Georgia from United States
Comment 13 of 139, added on January 4th, 2007 at 10:13 PM.

this poem is typically robert frost. in my mother tounge it is called
ROBERT FROST BANGET....
talking about anything related to nature, frost is trying to get his
readers involved in the sequence of the poem. in fact, The Pasture doesn't
rally want to ask us (the reader) to come. He only said "you come too"

deedee

catur wahyudi
Comment 12 of 139, added on April 13th, 2006 at 8:24 AM.

I am supposed to analyze a poem for my english class and I was given this
poem to think upon and express my views on it. Well, this is a pretty
complicated poem that I think can symbolize many things. It could be that
Robert Frost is a man who enjoys the company of nature and really sits back
and takes a glimpse at its beauty. Then, he invites us to take the journey
with him, hoping that we will understand his views and fulfillment of
nature. Also, maybe the leaves and the water clearing may be a sign of
hope or something. They could signify a new beginning in a time of
renewal. Well, I present this poem today and I am just going to tell my
teacher and my fellow students exactly what I get out of this wonderful
poem. After all, maybe this poem gives a different message to everyone.

Derek from United States
Comment 11 of 139, added on March 27th, 2006 at 12:46 PM.

In my English class im supposed to find a poem and memorize it so I looked
at robert Frost because we memorized "The Pasture" before so I saw it and
it was just kinda cool to see it there.

Sarah from Ukraine
Comment 10 of 139, added on March 17th, 2006 at 11:46 AM.

The Pasture Is a cool poem i like the way He explained the pasture and what
he did. It is so awsome
You should spend your time Ready Robert Frosts poems if you are interested
in nature.

Alix

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Information about The Pasture

Poet: Robert Frost
Poem: 8. The Pasture
Volume: North of Boston
Year: 1914
Added: Feb 1 2004
Viewed: 1399 times
Poem of the Day: Feb 26 2002


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