Onomatopoeia Poems by Robert Frost?

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The famed poet Robert Frost lived from March 26, 1874 until January 29, 1963. There are many onomatopoeia poems by Robert Frost. 'Gathering Leaves' is just one example where he uses the word rustling to describe the sound that is made. Other poems include 'October', 'Out Out', 'Mowing' 'Birches' and 'A Peck of Gold'. In Birches you will find the use of onomatopoeia in the lines 'After a rain, They click upon themselves' and 'Then he flung outward, feet first, with a swish'.
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