But outer Space,
At least this far,
For all the fuss
Of the populace
Stays more popular
Than populous

Analysis, meaning and summary of Robert Frost's poem But Outer Space

5 Comments

  1. Andy Nissley says:

    This poem is small, but has so much meaning.

  2. Allyson says:

    i thought it was a great poem. When i look up at the sky now i always wonder how long it really streatches to!

  3. Josh says:

    When i look Deep in to the night sky i look at the stars I can almost feel like i am floating into space

  4. Bob says:

    It’s like one of Frost’s short poems; so much meaning, so little space. You have to look far into it.

  5. Dave Butload says:

    I like it

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