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To the Thawing Wind Analysis



Author: Poetry of Robert Lee Frost Type: Poetry Views: 476

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Come with rain. O loud Southwester!

Bring the singer, bring the nester;

Give the buried flower a dream;

make the settled snowbank steam;

Find the brown beneath the white;

But whate'er you do tonight,

bath my window, make it flow,

Melt it as the ice will go;

Melt the glass and leave the sticks

Like a hermit's crucifix;

Burst into my narrow stall;

Swing the picture on the wall;

Run the rattling pages o'er;

Scatter poems on the floor;

Turn the poet out of door.





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Some have argued that their is no underlying metaphor hidden in this poem. That Frost, being the nature lover that he is, simply wrote a poem about a spring wind coming in and getting rid of the stagnant winder cold. However i tend to disagree with these critics, i believe that frost is writing about change, not only about change but begging for it. Spring is always a metaphor for change and i feel it is not different in this poem. for example \"give the buried flower a dream, make the settled snowbank steam\" epitomizes my theory. I take this line as meaning give the down trodden individual hope (the buried flower) and rekindle that persons faith in whatever there dreams maybe (make the settled snowbank steam).

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