You Come Too: Robert Frost’s Spring Poems

The Vermont Humanities Council not only is a great supporter of PoemCity, but they have annually contributed a program to the month’s schedule of events. As part of their “You Come Too” series, executive  director Peter Gilbert leads a community discussion about a group of poems. The series started in November 2008 and has gained a good following here in Montpelier discussing British poets such as John Donne, William Wordsworth and T.S. Eliot and contemporary poets such as Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, and Seamus Heaney.

As part of PoemCity, the next “You Come Too”  installment will be on Thursday, April 3rd at 5:30 at the Vermont Humanities Council. We’ll be discussing three of Robert Frost’s poems about Spring:

“Two Tramps in Mud-Time”

“Nothing Gold Can Stay”

“Mending Wall”

Click on each poem above to read it.

We are grateful for VHC’s continued support of PoemCity, their “You Come Too” series, and also their Speaker’s Bureau, which has provided us with some programs in past editions of PoemCity.

Read the poems in advance or upon arrival. RSVPs are encouraged, but not required. Please call for more information, 262-2626 ext 307. The Vermont Humanities council is located at 11 Loomis Street.

You Come Too

Photo courtesy of the Vermont Humanities Council

PoemCity 2014 is supported in part by the Vermont Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or the Vermont Humanities Council.



Listen to Peter Gilbert’s VPR commentary on Robert Frost’s poem “A Prayer in Spring” CLICK HERE


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