Summary of Robert Frost's poem "Stopping the Forest on a Snowy Evening"

The poem "Stopping wood on an icy evening" was written by Robert Frost. It tells the story of a man who is returning to his hometown. When he reaches the forest, he is enchanted by its natural beauty. He wonders who owns these forests. He knows that the owner lives in a nearby village. It is strange to stop his horse from the forest. There is no farmhouse in sight. His horse control shakes the bells. There is a frozen lake and snow waves are visible. The wind is blowing through the trees. The forests are beautiful, dark and deep. The passenger is punctual. He has to walk because there is no stopping life. It takes a lot of work to keep life going. The poet thinks that after getting a lot of work, he can sleep.

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