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Emily E. February 6, 2012. Life. “Fire and Ice.” Robert Frost. I chose this poem is because, when I started reading, I couldn’t stop. I t caught my attention the way he was describing what was happing. I think that Robert Frost is my favorite poet. “Dust of Snow”.

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fire and ice robert frost

“Fire and Ice.” Robert Frost

I chose this poem is because, when I started reading, I couldn’t stop. It caught my attention the way he was describing what was happing. I think that Robert Frost is my favorite poet.

dust of snow
“Dust of Snow”

I chose this poem because the way he described the setting really caught my attention. When I started reading I couldn’t stop because the poem was that amazing!

the road not taken
“ The Road not Taken”

I liked this poem because of the way he described the two roads that made a fork in the trail, and how he had chosen the road less traveled.

fire and ice
“ Fire and Ice”

Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice.

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“Fire and Ice”

From what I’ve tasted of desire I hold with those who favor fire.

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“Fire and Ice”

But if I had to perish twice, I think I know enough of hate to say that for destruction ice is also great. And would suffice.

bibliography of fire and ice
Bibliography of Fire and Ice

Name of poet: Frost, Robert

Title of poem: Fire and Ice

Title of collection: You Come Too

City of publication: New York, NY

Name of publisher: Henry Holt and Company Inc.

Page number of poem: 76