Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

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Snow Clad figures dance to the music of a snow clad cello and horn in a winter’s landscape in front of a church; Frost wrote this poem about winter in June, 1922 at his house in Shaftsbury, Vermont that is now home to the “Robert Frost Stone House Museum”. Frost had been up the entire night writing the long poem “New Hampshire” and had finally finished when he realized morning had come. He went out to view the sunrise and suddenly got the idea for “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”. He wrote the new poem “about the snowy evening and the little horse as if I’d had a hallucination” in just “a few minutes without strain.”

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