Robert Frost (1874-1963) was a famous and influential American poet. Americans probably know him best for "The Road Not Taken" or "Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening", which are commonly taught to students beginning in elementary school.
Frost is one of the most iconic American poets there is. His work focused primarily on the joys of rural and rustic life, and used colloquial language frequently. He is also one of the most honored poets in American history, receiving four Pulitzer Prizes in his lifetime. He was also Poet Laureate of the US from 1958 to 1959.
We would list his books of poetry, but you wouldn't know them. Instead, we'll list his poems that you'll recognize:
Frost's work provides examples of: