Putting in the Seed by Robert Frost
"Putting in the Seed" is a poem written by Robert Frost. This poem is about how little things can cause problems in relationships. However, that doesn't mean that the love is gone. It simply means that there is trouble right now and it can be fixed easily. Frost uses petals and seedlings to bring across this point.
This poem is written as a Shakespearean Sonnet. It is written in iambic-pentameter with the rhyme scheme ABABABABCDCDEE.
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Putting in the Seed You come to fetch me from my work to-night When supper's on the table, and we'll see If I can leave off burying the white Soft petals fallen from the apple tree. (Soft petals, yes, but not so barren quite, Mingled with these, smooth bean and wrinkled pea;) And go along with you ere you lose sight Of what you came for and become like me, Slave to a springtime passion for the earth. How Love burns through the Putting in the Seed On through the watching for that early birth When, just as the soil tarnishes with weed, The sturdy seedling with arched body comes Shouldering its way and shedding the earth crumbs.
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