Keep in mind that there are two main ways to approach the organization of your compare and contrast essay. I wish. Similarities in these two poems are there subjects. Oranges are typically sourer than apples.
Both of them put imagery in my head of what they thought and also what they did they are two great poets who did two great poems. And I believe they both decided to do free-verse due to the fact that they wanted to express their thoughts. Maybe the poems have similar themes or themes that are completely opposite of one another.
Both were part of the modernist movement, of which Yeats is often regarded as one of the founders. Where do they share similarities and differences?
Just kidding. By this, I mean that you can call on that person because you guys know that you are a family and you need to lean on one another in hard times In this poem they both took different tones because they both had a different mindset than one another and wanted the reader to think differently of both of theirs.
One of the dominating moods of this volume, forcefully established in such important poems as "The Death of the Hired Man," "Home Burial, " "The Black Cottage," and "A Servant to Servants," and carried through some of the minor pieces, flows from the tension of having to maintain balance at the precipitous edge of hysteria.
Frost effectively differentiates the beauty of spring in one with the barrenness of fall in the other.