Answer. Answer: In “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,” by Robert Frost, the speaker of the poem (which of course is not necessarily Frost himself) stops his horse-drawn carriage (or sled, since it is snowing) in front of a forest (woods).
Where does the poet stop with his horse?
The poet must be stopping to look at fir trees. Their stiff, horizontal evergreen branches easily catch the falling snowflakes, and they quickly turn a dazzling white.
Where has the horse stopped?
Answer: The horse stopped between the woods and the frozen lake because the speaker wanted to see the beauty of the woods.
Where does the poet stop?
Answer: He has stopped “without a farmhouse near,” which must be uncommon for the pair, and so the narrator assumes that his “little horse must think it queer.”
Why does the poet stop his horse in the poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening?
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.
Why did the horse think it queer?
The horse thinks it is “queer” or odd to stop in the middle of the woods because it seems his owner never does this. We know this because the speaker tells us that his “little” horse is used to stopping near farmhouses.
What message is conveyed in the poem?
The poem is about the life that we face as humans from a very little child till the time we die. The poet wants to tell that this world is a creation of god and we humans are just little players. I hope this was helpful. Please mark as brainliest……
Why does the horse give his bells a shake?
Answer: The horse is shaking his harness bells to ask if stopping is a mistake. This poem describes a person that is driving a horse-drawn carriage on a snowy evening through some woods.
What does the horse find queer?
Answer : The horse must find it queer that the speaker halted at a place between the woods and frozen lake on such a cold and dark evening ,when there was heavy snowfall. The horse knows that they have not reached their destination and does not understand the reason why the poet stops unnecessarily in the woods.
Who according to you is the owner of the woods?
Answer. Answer: The woods belonged to a man named Elbert. He was also the man who helped the poet reach his home safe from the woods after writing the poem .
Why does the poet stop his horse?
So why are they stopping? The poet cannot explain either to the owner of the woods or to his horse that he is stopping because of the striking beauty of the sight of the trees being covered with the slowly drifting snow.
Who does the poet pray to in this poem?
Answer. Answer: The poet prays to the Almighty asking Him to awaken his country into a heaven of freedom, where the people are all truly free and total freedom of good actions exists, while respecting those of others.
How does the horse communicate with the poet?
Answer: The horse communicates with the poet by shaking his harness bells.
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.
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 kind of life does the poet find in the woods?
The poet finds the peaceful and sufferingless life in the woods.