Publishers Note

This book contains those poems which, on documentary and other evidence, it is helieved Robert Frost himself would have chosen to represent his poetic achievement had he lived to supervise a comprehensive edition of his work. He left at his death in 1963 no unpublished, completed poems that there is definite reason to believe he would have included in such a collection as this. The time will come for a variorum or definitive edition in which it will be appropriate to print every scrap of verse that can be attributed to Frost, but the materials are not yet adequately in hand. The current need is for a convenient volume both for general readers and scholars, scrupulously edited for textual accuracy. It is with special pride in a long association with the poet and his work that the publisher now presents The Poetry of Robert Frost.

All rights reserved, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form. Published simultaneously in Canada by Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada, Limited.

Designer: Rudolph Ruzicka Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 68-24759

printed in the united states of america sbn: 03-072535-6

Contents

Contents

The Pasture 1

A BOY'S WILL

Into My Own 5

Ghost House 5

My November Guest 6

Love and a Question 7

A Late Walk 8

Stars 9

Storm Fear 9

Wind and Window Flower 10

To the Thawing Wind 11

A Prayer in Spring 12

Flower-Gathering a 12

Rose Pogonias 13

Waiting 14

In a Vale 15

A Dream Pang 16

In Neglect 16

The Vantage Point 17

Mowing 17

Going for Water 18

Revelation 19

The Trial by Existence 19

The Tuft of Flowers 22

Pan with Us 23

The Demiurge's Laugh 24

Now Close the Windows 25

In Hardwood Groves 25

A Line-Storm Song 26

October 27

My Butterfly 28

Reluctance 29

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