Poet: Robert Frost
Volume: West-Running Brook
Year: Published/Written in 1928
Comment 8 of 8, added on May 23rd, 2012 at 3:54 PM.
incredibly the definition if logan.
not you. from China
Comment 7 of 8, added on April 10th, 2009 at 2:47 PM.
yes, agree. My personal take is that this does not have to do with Frost's own death- but instead about accepting things outside of our control (in general) and specifically, about his own need to come to terms with acceptance at a painful rate given the many times he faced the death of loved ones in his lifetime (mom, sister, wife, children).
from United States
Comment 6 of 8, added on March 23rd, 2009 at 8:38 PM.
Hey, all intelligent Chris - Frost died in 1963. Poem was written in '28. End of career- notsomuch.
Anyways, great poem, etc etc
"Let the night be too dark for me to see" - Darkness is coming, the most popular interpretation is death.
Let what will be, be - You can't change what's going to happen (night will fall, people will die, etc), so let it be. THUS the name of the poem, acceptance, the speaker is accepting their fate
Bob from United States
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