Robert Frost: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
The speaker in the poem is a traveler who uses a horse on one of the darkest nights of the year. He admires the woods that are building up with snow. After admiring the woods, he remembers that he cannot stay long and has obligations to fulfill. For a moment in the woods he is able to get away from life's agenda. In the woods he is able to escape from the craziness of life and admire the beauty of nature. I felt cery connected to this poem. I find that when I rarely get the chance to stop and enjoy the beauty of nature, I can truly just relax and not think about anything else. Sometimes life can be so busy and it becomes very hard to take advantage of the beauty that is all around us.