“He thought he kept the universe alone,” too most people the thoughts of being alone are very frightening. It is human nature to search for companionship. In the poem “The Most of It,” Robert Frost uses a wealth of strong imagery to tell a story of a person who has lost his loved one to death and has to suffer the feeling of loneliness and emptiness created by it.
Frost uses the setting of a
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to ring Frost to the realization that he was not alone, but what he was looking for is always around him.
Frost found what he was looking for, but not until he came to terms with his loss. He will never be alone again, and he never was in the first place, for he had the memories, of his wife. Those memories will always remain the same and will always keep her in his life.