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"A Time to Talk"

Summary: Saving work for later when there is time to play is the most important theme of Robert Frost's poem "A Time to Talk." In three lines, Frost describes the importance in life of a man's decision to stop hoeing his field for a while and talk with his friend.
A Time to Talk

Save work for later when there is time to play is the most important theme of the poem A Time to Talk. In this poem by Robert Frost the man faced this decision once in this poem. The man is hoeing his field, when another man calls out to him. He puts down his hoe and goes to talk to the man. In three lines the author writes how the man saves his work for later and goes to talk with his friend.

In this poem it demonstrates to save work for later when there is time to talk with a friend. The poet writes first, "I don't stand still and look around on the hills I haven't hoed, and shout from where I am, what is it? No, not as there is a time to talk." This is found in lines...

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