She Walks in Beauty. The next stanza rhymes B, C, and B. Lines eleven and twelve are also continued into the final stanza. His unique style and incredible use of symbolic meanings give his readers a deeper understanding of his works.
Refrain : The lines that are repeated at some distance in the poems are called refrain. I have stood still and stopped the sound of feet When far away an interrupted cry Came over houses from another street, But not to call me back or say good-bye; And further still at an unearthly height, One luminary clock against the sky Proclaimed the time was neither wrong nor right.
The poet expresses his feelings as he has experienced it while taking a solitary walk at night. Even when he makes contact with another person such as the watchmanthe narrator is unwilling to express his feelings because he knows that no one will understand him.
Also, he passes by a watchman but avoids eye-contacts as if he hesitates to express himself to somebody. He lost two sons, one through suicide, and two daughters when young. This speaker could easily be Frost, especially since the poet dealt with depression in his adult life.
He has walked past other people, never meeting their gaze because he does not want to have to explain why he is out walking alone in the middle of the night. It felt like the star was telling loud that the time is neither wrong nor right.
His walk allows him to explore his relationship with nature and civilization. It's as if the self of the speaker is reminding everyone that this has really happened; that you have to go a long way before you get to where you want to be.