Through symbolism and artistic design Robert Frost illustrates the circle of life, death and life again, a kind of reincarnation of the soul in his poem “Birches.” The poem begins with a description of a birch tree under various conditions, symbolic of the numerous hardships experienced by the members of our pretentious society. It then dives into the childhood imagination that we all have and use, to forget about the struggles in life. This
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experiencing a reincarnation of the soul.
Robert Frost’s poem “Birches” poetically describes the feelings of struggle and of innocence. He uses symbolism to display the hardships that we all deal with and evokes the innocence that is found inside of us. Through Frost’s poetry he allows the reader to find a path to a long forgotten feeling which in turn enables us to find the beauty and love that surrounds us on earth.