Don't Know Much About Minute Robert Frost

One of my favorite spots in Vermont is the Frost gravesite in the cemetery of the First Church in Old Bennington--just down the street from the Bennington Monument.

Robert Frost--New England’s poet of snowy woods, stone wall and apple trees.
I hope this “touch of Frost” will inspire you to read some of his work.

Here’s a link to Robert Frost’s page at Poets.org
http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/192

It includes an account of Frost and JFK
http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/20540

After the inagural, Frost told the new President:

“Be more Irish than Harvard. Poetry and power is the formula for another Augustan Age. Don’t be afraid of power.”

This link is to Middlebury College’s online Frost exhibit
http://midddigital.middlebury.edu/local_files/robert_frost/index.html

And finally, hear Robert Frost for yourself at Poets Out Loud:
http://robertfrostoutloud.com/

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