Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening

The effect was a beautifully told narrative for its sheer simplicity and rawness.
The poem is quite straightforward whose theme and content are readily demonstrated by the title. It revolved around the authors thoughts on the woods and living within its environs. It indicated themes of solitude, thoughts about community as well as personal experiences of someone who occasionally visits the woods and imagines a line from its edge especially as it loomed darkly or when filled with snow. It was dark but brooding, which made it terrifying but sublime at the same time. Also, the narrative and the story being told about the experience may not be the most logical but it was emotionally charged, drawing the reader into the authors melancholy.
The poem was supposedly written between 1900 to 1910 when Frost stayed at a farm in West Derry, New Hampshire. An account that gave perspective on the poetry and themes involved was Frost description of this particular episode. He allegedly remarked that his stay was marked with difficult winter that was bleak "both weatherwise and financially" (Tutten &amp. Zubizaretta, 348). The farm stay was alleged to include several trips to the market and back with very little money to spend for food and gifts to bring back to his children. The bleak thoughts must have been interrupted by the scenery and the exertions of both man and horse as they trundled back and forth, farm to market. The message or messages can be illuminated by this context: here was the though process of one descending into a dark episode of his life.
The language of the poem is very clear and poignant, capturing not just the poets reverie but the actual flow of thoughts and emotions as driven by his circumstance and the specific journey and stops at the woods. Here was the aspect that lacked logic or system. The poet stops at the woods, and then was thinking