Rose Pogonias by Robert Frost

A saturated meadow,Sun-shaped and jewel-small,A circle scarcely widerThan the trees around were tall;Where winds were quite excluded,And the air was stifling sweetWith the breath of many flowers,—A temple of the heat. These were bowed us in the burning,As the sun’s right worship is,To pick where none could miss themA thousand orchises;For though the grass was …

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Asking for Roses by Robert Frost

A house that lacks, seemingly, mistress and master,With doors that none but the wind ever closes,Its floor all littered with glass and with plaster;It stands in a garden of old-fashioned roses. I pass by that way in the gloaming with Mary;‘I wonder,’ I say, ‘who the owner of those is.‘Oh, no one you know,’ she …

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Essay on Television

One of the greatest inventions of the scientific world that has contributed immensely to the development of mankind is the invention of television. It is a great source of information and entertainment brought to the comfort of our households. It is a boon for the lonesome, elderly people and proves bane for the innocent kids. …

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