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July 15, 2011
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We do not know when, but this abnormality cannot continue, it must change.
"Desert Places" shows more of Frost's emotions and deals with the natural progression of life. When the narrator realizes that the snow is covering all of the ground he becomes aware that nature is no longer alive or present in his midst...
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When the narrator realizes that the snow is covering all of the ground he becomes aware that nature is no longer alive or present in his midst. Frost is saddened with this idea of death and expresses the true loneliness of life. "Spring Pools" portrays this same image of death, but it is almost a continuation to "Desert Places," because it provides hope with the "snow that melted only yesterday...
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