Robert Frost Essay | Time to Talk

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Time to Talk

Summary: The poem A Time to Talk is about a man who is hoeing in the hills. He then sees a friend riding on a horse and knowing work shouldn't get anymore difficult than it is, he stops to have a friendly visit.
The poem A Time to Talk is about a man who is hoeing in the hills. He then sees a friend riding on a horse and knowing work shouldn't get anymore difficult than it is, he stops to have a friendly visit.

In the poem, A Time to Talk, Frost tries to tell us an important theme. The man in the poem states" I don't stand still from the hills I haven't hoed and yell what is it? No not as there is a time to talk." Frost clearly states that there are not lots of chances for a time to talk so you should grab your chance if you can. The idea is that one should work when work is slow and mellow. Also, one should get the work done when there exists work to be done. For example, when one of your friends is dying...

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