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Imagery in Robert Frost's Wind and Windows Flower After scanning this poem by Robert Frost, We was remaining with many different ideas concerning this ongoing work. I believe you can take this poem in a literal sense to really be in regards to a window flower and the wind. I believe also, however, that this poem has a little of a deeper meaning perhaps. Looking at the poem in a literal sense first, the story is told of a lonely window flower that's sitting on a window sill, and the image is that the flower is searching the window. It outside is cold, and the frost on the windows has melted sufficient for the flower to discover out. In line 7 of the poem, the flower is in comparison to a caged yellow bird, to provide the reader a feeling that the flower feels trapped, desperate to be outside probably. Line 9 of the poem continues on to talk of how "he marked her through the pane". "He" identifies the wind, and the way the flower could experience him through the "pane". The usage of "pane" can be interesting right here and made me take into account the "pain" that the flower experienced at not having the ability to be absolve to fly with the wind. I...