Essay on Memories, Nature, Hardship in Robert Frost's Poem, Birches

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The poem “Birches” is another one of Robert Frost great poem of using nature to get his point of view of life into the readers mind. Throughout the poem it seems as if Frost is trying to show things of life that could be hardships, friendships, sadness, memories, or etc. Frost uses memories, nature and hardships to describe different times of life in this poem.
In this poem of birches the speaker seems to reminisce a lot on his youth days. He wants to go back to the days of swinging on tree limbs. The times of not stressing but going out and having fun. Climbing the birches is almost like trying to escape life problems and hardships. Lines 54-57 shows the speakers imagination of climbing the birches and escaping the hardness of adult life.
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The poem “Birches” is another one of Robert Frost great poem of using nature to get his point of view of life into the readers mind. Throughout the poem it seems as if Frost is trying to show things of life that could be hardships, friendships, sadness, memories, or etc. Frost uses memories, nature and hardships to describe different times of life in this poem.
In this poem of birches the speaker seems to reminisce a lot on his youth days. He wants to go back to the days of swinging on tree limbs. The times of not stressing but going out and having fun. Climbing the birches is almost like trying to escape life problems and hardships. Lines 54-57 shows the speakers imagination of climbing the birches and escaping the hardness of adult life. He is attempting to climb to heaven where things can be perfect but yet in still he does not want to die. Instead just to escape he headaches and heartaches of life. In all of reality though he is still an adult and can not leave the duties of an adult to return to a kid. That is why in his imagination the tree dipped its top and sat him back to the ground.
Climbing the birches of trees could be something that the speaker use to do when he was young. When his parents argued, or he was upset, sad, mad, or anything of that nature, The speaker could run to a tree and use his imagination to escape his troubles. Now he is trying to do that again except he is now an adult and can not escape the duties of being one.
Being a youth is way more
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