Monday, January 13, 2003

Going For Water Comments

Rating: 3.0
The well was dry beside the door,
And so we went with pail and can
Across the fields behind the house
To seek the brook if still it ran;

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COMMENTS
Mystery gold 18 January 2019
Heart touching poem Tought me what would happen if we didn’t have water . Loved it
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mystery poet 31 October 2018
Crocking, leaping frogs half on water half on land always eating bugs
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ANGEL 25 October 2018
THESE IS VERY VERY GOOD POEM
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RAVI KUMAR 26 September 2018
Special poem it is super
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M.VEMBARASAN 15 August 2018
like the poem
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sahil kumar 09 June 2018
A really the poem beated my heart
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Priya 24 May 2018
My heart beated this poems
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Priya 24 May 2018
My heart beated this poem
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Aravu 24 May 2018
Poem is very great
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Ritesh 21 March 2018
Not at all bad
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Rose Wilder 16 April 2013
Wonderful. I can imagine myself doing this very same thing.
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Stephen W 28 March 2013
Very beautiful poem, quite extraordinary.
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* Sunprincess * 27 October 2012
wow this is awesome poetry with all my favourites the moon, gnomes and the brook, so magical..fabulous!
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Andrew Hoellering 24 June 2009
Another wonderfully suggestive poem. The errand is to fetch water where there was none. Frost allows us to imagine the scene as the couple run to meet the moon through their woods, the bare autumnal trees bereft of birdsong. What began as a practical errand is transformed in the last two verses. The brook is no longer viewed as an object that yields water, but as a thing of beauty, to be appreciated for its own sake.
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