Robert Frost deliberated a intention and was determined to get it across any way that he could. He verbalized his feelings through Walls and Blockages, Descriptive words, and Seasons and Nature. The aspiration of walls in this piece is to block neighbors and assemble a better relationship. Descriptive words are used to portray a improved visual of what is designed to see. Robert Frost speaks of seasons as if it were a human.
Wall’s are blockages used to isolate a human beings wants and feelings. Privacy should be respected by all although offensiveness was not intended by either neighbor. The speaker’s logic was that the wall blocking the properties were absurd. The essential purpose of the poem is the desire by one neighbor to have a better relationship with the other neighbor.
There was one wall that blocked everything; houses, yards, and properties. The wall was not actually a wall. Seen as a fence in ones eyes and a colossal barricade in the others. The speaker in the poem thought the wall was foolish and not needed. He did not understand if he was offending the neighbor and if that is why he wanted the wall up.
Because of the dire want to have the wall down, everything the speaker saw between the two houses was a awful perspective. The speaker saw everything as a big blockage that he didn’t appreciate.
In reality there was only a fence dividing the two houses. A friendship could be established with the fence up and that’s only what the neighbor was anticipating. The wall was something that separated the privacy of the neighbors and kept their properties separate.
Descriptive words are used to describe something in a deeper manner. Robert Frost used the descriptive words to give a better understanding to the point that he expected to get across. Robert Frost used words such as yelping, frozen, and rough. Using those words gave the reader a distinct visual of a dog yelping, a definite visual of the frozen ground, and the unmistakable feel of the rough fingers. ...