Tags » Robert Frost

How 4 Unexpected Questions Can Change US!

I have been hearing from God lately. It has been coming in a couple different forms of yearning and imagery. I am tired of my own reality being the same. 665 more words

Blog

BECOMING ONE WITH EMPTINESS: ROBERT FROST'S DESERT PLACES

Today I would like to discuss a “snow” poem by the noted American poet Robert Frost.  To understand the title, we must not mistake “desert” as meaning a hot, dry, sandy place.  800 more words

The First Baby Step of The Reluctant Poet

Charles Robert Lindholm – The Reluctant Poet

The sad truth is that we don’t always make the right choices or do what we know is best for us!  472 more words

Baby Steps

Week 214: The Oven Bird, by Robert Frost

Robert Frost’s reputation might have been built initially on his admirable longer poems like ‘Home Burial’ and ‘Death of the Hired Man’, but how easily his shorter lyrics too can slip into the memory. 129 more words

Poetry

The Woods...

Training continues for the Donadea 50k though I am currently not ‘feeling the love’. And there’s not that much time to get back into the running groove. 351 more words

Training