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The Love Story Interpretations Of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower

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The Love Story Interpretations of Robert Frost's Poem, Wind And Window Flower

When reading Robert Frost Poem, Wind And Window Flower, I could not help but think that love and heartache were involved. I came up with two interpretations for Wind And Window Flower. In both interpretations, the Wind and the Window Flower signify a man and a woman. My first interpretation is as follows:

Lovers, forget your love for an instance, and listen to the love of these two people. The characters in the poem are a Winter Breeze and A Window Flower. The man is the Winter Breeze. This man is a man who comes and goes, you never know exactly when he is coming or when he is going. He has a cold presence to him. The woman is the Window Flower. This woman is a mature, pretty, and warm woman. She is in full bloom, meaning she has experienced love, and is now ready for romance.

The Window Flower falls in love with the Winter Breeze. The Winter Breeze would continuously walk in and back out of the Window Flowers life. The Window Flower found that each time this occurred, she was left more and more heartbroken.

The Winter Wind was so chilling, the kind of chill that cuts right through you. In deed, he did cut right through the Window Flower leaving her with an aching heart.

The Winter Breeze had not experienced much love in his lifetime. In fact, he did not know how to love. He was afraid of commitment, which caused him to be in her life one day and out the next. The Window Flower yearned for the Winter Breeze to love her, but he was just too afraid that he would fail. For he knew he could not give the Window Flower the kind of love that she yearned for.

The Winter Breeze thought long and hard, night after night about the Window Flower. He wanted to try and give the relationship a try, but he only halfway succeeds. The Window Flower now knows that she can not bear the pain and anguish that the Winter Breeze had placed on her. He realizes that the Window Flower has rejected him. By the next...

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