Robert Frost, poet had A.D.D

Robert Frost was a great American poet. One of his poems is called “Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening.

Reading the poem, I could not help thinking how easily distracted as he rode the horse in the snow. I see the attention deficiency in his constant stopping and thinking about snowflakes, a talking horse that communicates with his body, while trespassing on someone else’s private property.

Attention Deficit Disorder ( acronym A.D.D) can be beneficial for the curious mind of a man who loves nature. Robert Frost was , and still is one of my favorite writers, with a disability.

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