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Tree at my Window summary | Robert Lee Frost

Tree at my Window summary | Robert Lee Frost

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Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874–January 29, 1963) was a poet from the United States. His work was first published in England, then in the United States. He is well-known for his realistic portrayals of life in the country and his ability to use everyday American speech. All poems of Robert Lee Frost are so important for students of English literature, so we have made Robert Frost’s Tree at my Window summary.

 

 

 

Tree at my Window summary

The poem is about a tree outside his bedroom window. He closes his window at night, but he says that there will never be a curtain between him and the tree. The tree looks like an unclear dream head that has risen out of the ground. The tree’s babbling (talking out loud) can’t all be wise. But the poet has seen it taken and thrown around by strong winds.

The tree might have also seen the poet’s dreams take over his sleep so much that he was almost lost. Fate had her mind about her. She decided that the tree should be worried about the weather outside. The poet should be concerned about the weather inside. The poem shows that people are just as affected by bad weather or natural disasters as trees are. And bad weather is a sign of the inner turmoil of humans.

The poem is about a tree outside his bedroom window. He closes his window at night, but he says that there will never be a curtain between him and the tree. The tree looks like an unclear dream head that has risen out of the ground. The tree’s babbling (talking out loud) can’t all be wise. But the poet has seen it taken and thrown around by strong winds.

The tree might have also seen the poet’s dreams take over his sleep so much that he was almost lost. Fate had her mind about her. She decided that the tree should be worried about the weather outside. The poet should be concerned about the weather inside. The poem shows that people are just as affected by bad weather or natural disasters as trees are. And bad weather is a sign of the inner turmoil of humans.

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This is the end of Tree at My Window Summary. If you want to read more summaries from American poetry, please check below.

I Taste a Liquor Never Brewed
After Apple Picking
Birches
Mending Wall
Other Summaries

 

 

 

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