Overall not my thing but there were a number of poems I did quite like:
"Revelation"So then, why read 500+ pages of Robert Frost if most of it isn't my taste? Well, I'm still working on the great read & weed. I've thinned my library quite a bit this summer, culling volumes for which I don't have some passion or connection.
"The Road Not Taken"
"Fire and Ice"
"Dust of Snow"
"Nothing Gold Can Stay"
"Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening"
"For once, then something"
"The Door in the Dark"
"On the Heart's Beginning to Cloud the Mind"
"Lost in Heaven"
"A Cliff Dwelling"
"It Bids Pretty Fair"
"Any Size We Please"
"One More Feeling"
"How Hard it is to Keep From Being King When it's in You and in the Situation"
I should've left the Frost on the shelf though because I knew going in that I wouldn't get rid of it. I received the book as an award in high school and it has a nice commemorative bookplate with my name in it. Therefore I will skip reading the other two books-cum-awards for now.
When I was in LA, a former grad school classmate staying with us wanted to leave behind his tome of Roger Ebert's movie reviews. I declined at first but then he wrote me an inscription and handed it over: Claire, may you have all the success of Roger Ebert without the weight gain. I ended up keeping that book longer than I would have solely because of his note. I'm a sucker for an inscription, especially one that makes me laugh.
*To help me endure all of Frost's poems, I did list his eleven books separately for my yearly count. Felt fair to me.