Mending Wall - by Robert Frost is a poem in which the characteristics of vocabulary, rhythm and other aspects of poetic technique combine in a fashion that articulates, in detail, the experience and the opposing convictions that the poem describes and discusses. The ordinariness of the rural activity is presented in specific description, and as. .
qualities of accessible language and technique, which give the poem its unique flavor and persuasiveness. The poem works on two levels of realism and metaphor, with a balance as poised as the act of mending the all itself. (themes) Perhaps one of the reasons that Frost remains one the best known and best loved American poets is that his. .
find comfort and encouragement in many of Frost's lines which are so cherished that they have become familiar quotations: "Good fences make good neighbors-, "Miles to go before I sleep."" theme) "Mending Wall - is about boundaries. Frost, in a personal evaluation of this poem stated, "Nationality is something I couldn't live without. I played.
People spread their ideas, ideals and opinions around in different ways. They may write to newspapers, make speeches, or even run for office. The poet, however, usually expresses ideas through his work.
Robert Frost, an American poet, writes simple poems often dealing with nature, or the country, or both. His poems, however, often have underlying ideas. This is true for two of his poems, "Mending Wall,"" and "The Tuft of Flowers."".
"Mending Wall- appears to be at first to be a poem about fixing the stone wall in Spring. If you look deeper, you will find messages about walls between people, pushing people apart. The author questions this. A wall has useful purposes, it will stop cows escaping from your field and ruining a neighbours crop. But when there is no need for a wall, it serves only to keep the two neighbours separated.
One of the ideas in "The Tuft of Flowers- is similar to "Mending wall.