Don't Know Much About Minute Robert Frost

One of my favorite spots in Vermont is the Frost gravesite in the cemetery of the First Church in Old Bennington--just down the street from the Bennington Monument.

Robert Frost--New England’s poet of snowy woods, stone wall and apple trees.
I hope this “touch of Frost” will inspire you to read some of his work.

Here’s a link to Robert Frost’s page at

It includes an account of Frost and JFK

After the inagural, Frost told the new President:

“Be more Irish than Harvard. Poetry and power is the formula for another Augustan Age. Don’t be afraid of power.”

This link is to Middlebury College’s online Frost exhibit

And finally, hear Robert Frost for yourself at Poets Out Loud:

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