There is a thing about poetry and the poet. Perhaps, they are gods among the living. Nevertheless, what they are, they are certainly messengers who observed things to educate us.
Although we are in the digital age, there are some poems that just don’t fade away with time. They had this thing which created a link between the reader and the poet; just like William Wordsworth. He had a thing for nature, Rudyard Kipling gave us a life lesson in the poetic letter to his son in “IF”.
However, Robert Frost created a league of his own. He was someone who, like Kipling, gave us the life lesson but, they were mostly on the life choices made by a human and the progressions in life after making that particular choice. He had a thing of saying things in a witty yet amusing manner. And, this was the beauty of the poems of Robert Frost.