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A Question Analysis



Author: Poetry of Robert Frost Type: Poetry Views: 796

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A Witness Tree1942A voice said, Look me in the stars

And tell me truly, men of earth,

If all the soul-and-body scars

Were not too much to pay for birth.






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These secular explanations are fine if it weren't for that tiny little word "NOT" in the last line. And what preposition will you put in front of the Ablative "ME" in the first line? "for"? "at"? or just "look me in the and say your answer" (that good old fashioned New England dare so pervasive in Frost's lifetime)? God does not need to capitalize His personal pronouns(remember His response to Moses's request for a name -- I AM), even if men do, and so the question becomes a challenge, much as he responded to Job with a challenge ('Where were you ...'). Try this -- I gave you a universe of beauty and majesty and filled it with joy. Then I gave you free will, and you have taken wounds to both body and soul to learn how to use it. Were "NOT" those wounds worth bearing to know that you have all that beauty AND free will?

| Posted on 2016-09-08 | by a guest


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This poem is a good question for Robert Frost himself because he has gone through much pain or suffering in his life. This is a question he is not only asking the reader, but that he is asking himself. To him, the gift of birth is a special gift but he seems to doubt whether it was worth it or not to suffer as much as he did.

| Posted on 2015-05-31 | by a guest


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God seems to ask us humans to reflect onto our lives and truly answer whether or not the pain and suffering, both the mental and physical that an individual goes through during his span of life is justifiable or worth the gift of birth by god?

| Posted on 2014-03-01 | by a guest


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The poem is asking if the pains in life are really worth living for. It\'s not contemplating suicide. It\'s contemplating whether or not we as a species should exist at all.

| Posted on 2013-04-08 | by a guest


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This poem is about Robert Frost going through pain in his life.

| Posted on 2011-04-28 | by a guest




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