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The simple white framed s house with attached barn and woodshed are a window into life at the beginning of the 20th century. During our visit, boards were being replaced and the house and barn were getting a fresh coat of paint. One of the surprises was the indoor privy, next to the woodshed. You can look out the same kitchen window where Frost sat at his typewriter and penned some of his famous poetry and other writings.
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In his later years, Frost commented that this farm near Derry had given him the foundation for much of his poetry and continued to inspire him long after he left. Visiting the Frost Farm will give you a renewed appreciation for both history and the craft of poetry.
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You can also plan to attend the annual Frost Farm Poetry Conference held in June if you are interested in writing poetry or honing your craft. The Robert Frost Farm is a delightful place to spend quiet time and reflect on the importance of literary contributions to our American culture. Empty comment. You seem to be logged out. Refresh your page, login and try again. Sorry, comments are currently closed. You are posting comments too quickly. Slow down. Tamra Bolton. A member has started a discussion.
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Click "Read Comment" to view. Leave A Comment Uh-oh! I used to think I related to the poem just because I wanted to be different.
Take the less traveled road because no one else did. But I believe there was a deeper stirring in my soul.
God's Holy Spirit encouraged me to swim with the salmon. Take the less traveled path.
So I chose to follow Jesus. His road isn't easy, there are bumps and curves but I know with all my heart His road leads to joy and abundant life, both here on earth and in heaven. By following the trail He's created for me, I accept my role in life and intertwine with the people He wants me to meet. And it has made all the difference. Praise God for leading on His path. Labels: Jesus , path , road , Robert Frost. Kathleen Friesen October 24, at PM.