- 1 What is the meaning of the woods are lovely dark and deep?
- 2 What is the meaning of and miles to go before I sleep?
- 3 Who wrote the poem The woods are lovely dark and deep?
- 4 Whose woods these are meaning?
- 5 What prevents the speaker from going into the woods?
- 6 Why did he use the phrase dark and deep?
- 7 What do the woods symbolize?
- 8 What does the poet want to keep before the sleep?
- 9 Why does the horse give his harness bells a shake?
- 10 What is the central theme of the poem?
- 11 Who does find it queer to stop without farmhouse?
- 12 Why does the Traveller have to leave the lovely woods?
- 13 Why couldnt the speaker stay near the woods for long by Stopping by Woods?
- 14 Why does the horse think it strange to stop in woods?
- 15 Why does the poet stop by the woods?
What is the meaning of the woods are lovely dark and deep?
Philosophical Meaning The woods is the metaphor for death death could provide him would be “lovely, dark, and deep.” “Promises to keep” Gives promises to family, friends, society etc in dailylife Metaphorically “miles to go” is life and the “sleep” is death.
What is the meaning of and miles to go before I sleep?
The line “ And miles to go before I sleep “ Means that the speaker has to achieve many things and fulfill many responsibilities before he goes into the eternal sleep. That is before leaving this world he need to complete his work or don’t not want to leave anything pending.
Who wrote the poem The woods are lovely dark and deep?
And miles to go before I sleep. “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” is a poem by Robert Frost, written in 1922, and published in 1923 in his New Hampshire volume.
Whose woods these are meaning?
The poem begins with the speaker thinking about who owns the property he is passing through—“Whose woods these are I think I know”—yet it’s clear that there’s no one there to actually stop the speaker from trespassing. The owner’s “house is in the village,” meaning “he will not see” the speaker.
What prevents the speaker from going into the woods?
In the first stanza the speaker tells why he is stopping by the woods. It is “To watch his woods fill up with snow.” It is a cold night but apparently not too cold for the speaker to stop for a few minutes to look at a beautiful sight.
Why did he use the phrase dark and deep?
Answer: The woods are lovely, dark and deep: The woods is the metaphor for death. And miles to go before I sleep: Metaphorically the “miles to go” is life and the “sleep” is death. The narrator’s repetition of the final lines also have a darker meaning.
What do the woods symbolize?
‘Woods‘ in this poem symbolizes two things: Firstly, it symbolizes our distractions in various ways and temptations of life. We often get distracted by these things in the journey of our life and thus end up failing to reach our destination, our goals. secondly, woods symbolizes the beautiful aspects of this life.
What does the poet want to keep before the sleep?
Answer. poet has repeated the ‘ and miles to go before I sleep ‘ because he wanted to lay stress on this line, he has used this line in both textually & symbolically. textually he means that he has to travel long to reach his distention ( his home) before he takes a rest.
Why does the horse give his harness bells a shake?
According to the poet, the horse shakes his harness bells to ask if there is some mistakes in stopping by the woods in that snowy evening. It indicates that it was a regular journey for them but they never stopped there before that day.
What is the central theme of the poem?
The central idea of a poem is the poem’s theme or ‘what it’s about’ if you like. Although many shy away from poems being ‘about’ something, at the end of the day, the poet had something in mind when it was written, and that something is the central idea, whatever it is or might have been.
Who does find it queer to stop without farmhouse?
So, in Frost’s “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” the horse finds it unusual to stop at that particular place, “without a farmhouse near/ Between the woods and frozen lake” (lines 6-7) because this is not the narrator’s routine with his horse.
Why does the Traveller have to leave the lovely woods?
the traveller was really captivated by the lovely woods. He is supposed to discharge his duties on time. He promises himself to keep his word. So he has to leave the lovely woods to keep hi word..!
Why couldnt the speaker stay near the woods for long by Stopping by Woods?
Answer: The narrator stops because he wants to enjoy the scenery of the forest. Assuming that the journey the narrator has to make is an extensive one (miles to go before I sleep), the narrator wants to take a small break to watch the natural wonder of the snowfall and the beauty of the trees.
Why does the horse think it strange to stop in woods?
Answer: because his master usually doesn’t stop in the forests near frozen lake and he was worried about his master and his health. He knew his master like friend so he ring his bell to inform to make him move.
Why does the poet stop by the woods?
Because he wants to end it all. Taken at face value, Robert Frost’s Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening is a pastoral poem describing a rider’s pause on a journey to admire some scenery. As such, it is superbly crafted, and with few blemishes.