FIRE & ICE

FIRE & ICE

By timsy | timsy | 6 May 2021


 

 

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THE MOST FAMOUS THING WITH THIS  NAME IS A POEM BY ROBERT FROST WHICH IS A PART OF CARRICULAM MOSTLY AT THE  SECONDARY LEVEL. IT IS A SHORT POEM BUT WITH A DEEP MEANING TALKING ABOUT THE  DESTRUCTIVE NATURE OF FIRE WHICH EVERYBODY BELIEVES IT HAS BUT THE POET HAS A STRONG VIEW THAT ICE CAN ALSO BE A SILENT MEANS OF DESTRUCTION.

 

This creation of poet is a little deviation from the normal settings of his other works which mostly are interwoven around nature. It has a very strong symbolic representation of human emotions as per mine understanding.It gives us a strong message that at no point in our life emotions should have their influence  in controlling our decisions.I find it as a high depiction of pain and desires, as per general understanding of the poem, it depicts lust and greed as fire and on the other hand hate and insensitivity as ice.

 

Some say the world will end in fire,

 

Some say in ice.

 

From what I’ve tasted of desire

 

I hold with those who favor fire.

 

But if it had to perish twice,

 

I think I know enough of hate

 

To say that for destruction ice

 

Is also great

 

And would suffice.

 

That is Fire & Ice by Robert Frost.

 

All over the world we have quite a few famous things listed with this name and some of more notable things are

 

THEMED DANCE SHOWS

 

AWARDS

 

FIRE TENDER SERVICES

 

AN ANNUAL EVENT AT A WATER PARK

 

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Published on my Blog on Uptrennd as well

 

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