Robert Frost

A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on learning and songs

Unless I'm wrong I but obey The urge of a song: I'm-bound-away! And I may return If dissatisfied With what I learn From having died.

Robert Frost

Source: Away!, 1962

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on concern, day, fate, imagination, and weather

That day she put our heads together, Fate had her imagination about her, Your head so much concerned with outer, Mine with inner, weather.

Robert Frost

Source: Tree at My Window, 1928

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on dogs

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The old dog barks backward without getting up. I can remember when he was a pup.

Robert Frost

Source: The Span of Life, 1936

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on horses

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My little horse must think it queer To stop without a farmhouse near.

Robert Frost

Source: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening, 1923

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on mind and style

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Style is the mind skating circles around itself as it moves forward.

Robert Frost

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on evil and garden

The snake stood up for evil in the Garden.

Robert Frost

Source: The Ax-Helve, 1923

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on words

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There are tones of voice that mean more than words.

Robert Frost

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on people, reason, work, and worry

The reason why worry kills more people than hard work is that more people worry than work.

Robert Frost

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on theory

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The rose is a rose, And was always a rose, But the theory now goes That the apple's a rose, And the pear is, and so's The plum, I suppose, The dear only knows What will next prove a rose, You, of course, are a rose - But were always a rose.

Robert Frost

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A Quote by Robert Lee Frost on acceptance, grace, heart, love, reason, seasons, and yielding

Ah, when to the heart of man Was it ever less than a treason To go with the drift of things, To yield with a grace to reason, And bow and accept the end Of a love or a season?

Robert Frost

Source: Reluctance, 1913

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