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Collected poems of Robert Frost.

Author: Robert Frost
Publisher: Cutchogue, N.Y. : Buccaneer Books, ©1986.
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A collection of pre-1940 poems by one of America's best-known poets.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Frost
ISBN: 0899664423 9780899664422
OCLC Number: 14444616
Description: 453 pages : portrait ; 23 cm
Contents: Into my own --
Ghost house --
My November guest --
Love and a question --
A late walk --
Stars --
Storm fear --
Wind and window flower --
To the thawing wind --
A prayer in spring --
Flower-gathering --
Rose pogonias --
Waiting --
In a vale --
A dream pang --
In neglect --
The vantage point --
Mowing --
Going for water --
Revelation --
The trial by existence --
The tuft of flowers --
Pan with us --
The demiurge's laugh --
Now close the windows --
In hardwood groves --
A line-storm song --
October --
My butterfly --
Reluctance --
Mending wall --
The death of the hired man --
The mountain --
A hundred collars --
Home burial --
The black cottage --
Blueberries --
A servant to servants --
After apple-picking --
The code --
The generations of men --
The Housekeeper --
The fear --
The Self-seeker --
The wood-pile --
Good hours. The road not taken --
Christmas trees --
An old man's winter night --
The exposed nest --
A patch of old snow --
In the home stretch --
The telephone --
Meeting and passing --
Hyla brook --
The oven bird --
Bond and free --
Birches --
Pea brush --
Putting in the seed --
A time to talk --
The cow in apple time --
An encounter --
Range-finding --
The hill wife --
The bonfire --
A girl's garden --
Locked out --
The last word of a bluebird --
'Out, out --
' --
Brown's descent --
The gum-gatherer --
The line-gang --
The vanishing red --
Snow --
The sound of the trees --
New Hampshire --
A star in a stone-boat --
The census-taker --
The star-splitter --
Maple --
The axe-helve --
The grindstone --
Paul's wife --
Wild grapes --
Place for a third --
Two witches --
An empty threat --
A fountain, a bottle, a donkey's ears and some books --
I will sing you one-o --
Fragmentary blue --
Fire and ice --
In a disused graveyard --
Dust of snow --
To E.T. --
Nothing gold can stay --
The runaway --
The aim was song --
Stoppingby woods on a snowy evening --
For once, then, something --
Blue-butterfly day --
The onset --
To earthward. Good-bye and keep cold --
Two look at two --
Not to keep --
A brook in the city --
The kitchen chimney --
Looking for a sunset bird in winter --
A boundless moment --
Evening in a sugar orchard --
Gathering leaves --
The valley's singing day --
Misgiving --
A hillside thaw --
Plowmen --
On a tree fallen across the road --
Our singing strength --
The lockless door --
The need of being versed in country things --
Spring pools --
The freedom of the moon --
The rose family --
Fireflies in the garden --
Atmosphere --
Devotion --
On going unnoticed --
The cocoon --
A passing glimpse --
A peck of gold --
Acceptance --
Once by the Pacific --
Lodged --
A minor bird --
Bereft --
Tree at my window --
The peaceful shepherd --
The thatch --
A winter Eden --
The flood --
Acquainted with the night --
The lovely shall be choosers --
West-running brook --
Sand dunes --
Canis Major --
A soldier --
Immigrants --
Hannibal --
The flower boat --
The times table --
The investment --
The last mowing --
The birthplace --
The door in the dark --
Dust in the eyes --
Sitting by a bush in broad daylight --
The armful --
What fifty said --
Riders --
On looking up by chance at the constellations --
The bear --
The egg and the machine. A lone striker or, without prejudice to industry --
Two tramps in mud time or, a full-time interest --
The white-tailed hornet or, the revision of theories --
A blue ribbon at Amesbury or, small plans gratefully heard of --
A drumlin woodchuck or, be sure to locate --
The gold hesperidee or, how to take a loss --
In time of cloudburst or, the long view --
A roadside stand or, on being put out of our misery --
Departmental or, the end of my ant Jerry --
The old barn at the bottom of the fogs or, class prejudice afoot --
On the heart's beginning to cloud the mind or, from sight to insight --
The figure in the doorway or, on being looked at in a train --
At Woodward's gardens or, resourcefulness is more than understanding --
A record stride or, the United States stated --
Lost in Heaven --
Desert places --
Leaves compared with flowers --
A leaf treader --
On taking from the top to broaden the base --
They were welcome to their belief --
The strong are saying nothing --
The master speed --
Moon compasses --
Neither out far nor in deep --
Voice ways --
Design --
On a bird singing in its sleep --
After-flakes --
Clear and colder --
Unharvested --
There are roughly zones --
A trial run --
Not quite social --
Provide provide. Precaution --
The span of life --
The Wrights' biplane --
Assertive --
Evil tendencies cancel --
Pertinax --
Waspish --
One guess --
The hardship of accounting --
Not all there --
In dives' dive --
The vindictives-The Andes --
The bearer of evil tidings-the Himalayas --
Iris by night-the Malverns (but these are only hills) --
Build soil (as delivered at Columbia, May 31,1932, before the National party conventions of that year) --
To a thinker --
A missive missile --
Happiness makes up in height for what it lacks in length --
I could give all to time --
The wind and the rain --
The quest of the purple-fringed --
The gift outright --
The lesson for today --
A considerable speck.
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