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"Fire and Ice" by Robert Frost.
Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. In that statement, Robert Frost believes that the world will end in one of these two fates. Literally, fire could possibly end the world, for fire destroys. On the contrary, ice could end human existence as we know it; another ice age. That itself is already a thought that has puzzled many philosophers and scientists throughout time. However, looking at this poem symbolically it describes the similarities between fire and desire, as well as ice and hate. Fire is always changing, wanting and seeking out more [to burn], as does desire, ye…
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