In the poem “Design”, by Robert Frost, the speaker tries to convey a message of some protruding evil that occurs in everyday life. The poem is designed to make the reader see different signs of small evils in our lives. Then the poet brings all the information about evil together to pose his master point, that there is an evil design that hangs in and is part of our everyday world. This evil deign is
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but we must also be able to see and point out in all things including ourselves.
The final conclusion that the speaker is trying to convey is that evil permeates our lives. Everywhere we look, in everything we do, evil is a force of nature beside and inside us. It is one of the inescapable flaws of our humanity and, in things as small as spiders or as large as human atrocities, evil is lingering.