Poem Robert Frost

The Strong Are Saying Nothing

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The soil now gets a rumpling soft and damp,

And small regard to the future of any weed.

The final flat of the hoe’s approval stamp

Is reserved for the bed of a few selected seed.

There is seldom more than a man to a harrowed piece.

Men work alone, their lots plowed far apart,

One stringing a chain of seed in an open crease,

And another stumbling after a halting cart.

To the fresh and black of the squares of early mould

The leafless bloom of a plum is fresh and white;

Though there’s more than a doubt if the weather is not too cold

For the bees to come and serve its beauty aright.

Wind goes from farm to farm in wave on wave,

But carries no cry of what is hoped to be.

There may be little or much beyond the grave,

But the strong are saying nothing until they see.

The Master Speed
They Were Welcome to Their Belief


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