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January 09, 2007

They Didn't Call Him Robert Frost for Nothing

7637952I stumbled across "Goodbye, and Keep Cold" by Robert Frost (1874-1963) in the PoetryFoundation.org's searchable poetry archive. It seems even more timely today than the day it was written. Note the following lines:

No orchard's the worse for the wintriest storm; But one thing about it, it mustn't get warm.... Dread fifty above more than fifty below."


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