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Robert Frost - Fire and Ice
It is a very well known poem and is used in many high schools and colleges today. Shapley responded that either the sun will explode and incinerate the Earth, or the Earth will somehow escape this fate only to end up slowly freezing in deep space. Some say the world will end in fire, Some say in ice.
6 The poem is the epigraph of Stephenie Meyers' book, Eclipse, of the Twilight Saga. It is also read by Kristen Stewart's character, subjecting Man as an Individual Bella Swan, at the beginning of the Eclipse film. Essentially, 'fire' and 'ice' refer to obsession and hatred, respectively. The last lines of the poem indicate and equal but different end: Unlock Content, over 75,000 lessons in all major subjects. Martin Reveals 'Winds of Winter' Details and More". It is easy to take this poem in the simplest form, because of the reality of the idea of the world being destroyed in fire or ice. Constantly cold and hard like a bad winter. 5 In popular culture edit The fantasy writer George. I hold with those who favor fire. In "The Mill" chapter of Episode 1: Awake, Chloe Price will recite the line "Some say the world will end in fire" if she looks at the bonfire. Is also great, and would suffice.