a. ABAB BCBC CDCD
b. ABBA CDDC DEED
c. ABBA BCCB CDDC
d. It has no fixed rhyme scheme.
a. Frost is implying that the speaker is insane.
b. The opinion of the horse could represent the opinion of society; the speaker recognizes that in the eyes of his peers, his actions seem strange.
c. Frost is trying to use humor in his poem.
d. The talking horse suggests that animals, as representatives of the natural world, are wise and have important things to say to us.
a. speaker's vision is impaired by the rain
b. speaker only walks in total darkness
c. speaker sees the lights turned off
d. speaker walks great distances in the night
a. Watching someone's wood fill up with snow
b. Taking a stroll through the woods
c. Walking his horse
d. Collecting wood for a fire
a. Apple picking is an easy job.
b. Apple picking is his favorite time of year.
c. The speaker has had too much of apple picking.
d. The speaker hates apples.