|Christmas Trees (1916) [Poem]|
by Robert Frost
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An offer from a city man to buy the trees on his land awakens in a country fellow a keener awareness of the value of both his trees and his friends at Christmas.
In 1916, Frost wrote a poem that he described as a Christmas circular letter. Christmas Trees, illustrated by distinguished artist Ted Rand, encapsulates the wisdom of a Vermont farmer and the beauty of his country.
Original title: Christmas Trees