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What are some of the sensory details that Frost uses in the poem, Stopping By Woods?

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Sight is used most frequently in this poem, however, he also includes the 'sounds' around him such as this:

The only other sound's the sweep

Of easy wind and downy flake.

Additionally, the consonance which occurs throughout the piece has a repetitive 's' sound which also reinforces the sound of snow falling.