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Frost, Robert, 1874-1963.
In the clearing.
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 
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|Description:||101 pages 24 cm|
|Contents:||Frontispiece: But God's own descent --
Pod of the milkweed --
Cabin in the clearing --
Closed for good --
America is hard to see --
One more brevity --
For John F. Kennedy his Inauguration --
Cluster of Faith: Accidentally on purpose ; Never naught song ; Version ; Concept self-conceived ; Forgive, O Lord --
Kitty Hawk --
Draft horse --
Peril of hope --
Questioning faces --
Does no one at all ever feel this way in the least? --
Bad island-Easter --
Our doom to bloom --
Objection to being stepped on --
A-wishing well --
How hard it is to keep from being king when it's in you and in the situation --
Lines written in dejection on the eve of great success --
Milky Way is a cowpath --
Some science fiction --
Quandary: Quandary ; Reflex ; In a glass of cider ; From iron ; Four-room shack aspiring high ; But outer space ; On being chosen poet of Vermont ; We vainly wrestle with the blind belief ; It takes all sorts of in and outdoor schooling ; In winter in the woods alone.