Jinora Grace (jinora_grace) wrote in whatwasthatbook,
Jinora Grace

Robert Frost's "A Time to Talk"

I am trying to find a poem, but I can't remember any memorable lines that are helpful in a search. Basically, the poem says that if a friend or neighbor were to ride by as you were out hard at work in the fields, and calls out to you, you would not just call back a hello and keep working. You would stop what you're doing, stick your hoe in the ground, and go out to the wall for a chat regardless of how many acres of work remain.
Tags: *found the book!, author surname: f, cat: farms & farming, cat: friendship, decade: 1750-1850, decade: 1850-1900, genre: poetry & sonnets
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