What is the theme in Birches by Robert Frost?

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One of Robert Frost's earlier poems is the one titled Birches. As one reads the passages it is easy to see that the author moves between what is real and what is imagined freely and easily...which is one of the themes. In this act he is stating that the world of the imagination holds greater truths than the literal everyday world presents.