Two roads diverged in a wood, and I –
The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
Robert Lee Frost, America’s best-loved poet and four-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, is recognized the world over as the writer of these inspiring lines from The Road Not Taken and Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. As an ardent admirer of RF, I wanted to share the other poems, the lesser known ones, all as simple and as deeply philosophical.
This website, in an earlier avatar (frost.freehosting.net) has been popular with poetry lovers, students and teachers across the globe since the year 2000. The Guestbook had grown beyond the space bought and much of it has been lost forever. The website also received awards but our efforts have been more than compensated for by all your wonderful notes. Your messages are our trophies. Thank you all and keep writing.
What you’ll find here…
There is a growing collection of poems analyzed in the Spotlight section. Readers have also been asking for ALL the poems and so the new Poems Collection. Popular Quotes by RF have been added. The Road Not Taken Stories are inspiring personal stories readers have shared. There are two new essays that help us understand RF better as a person and as a poet – The Poet Farmer and The Yankee Heritage. You can also participate in Discussions on varied topics – RF’s ancestry, poems and life.
Enjoy this date with RF and keep coming back for more.