can you explain to me Robert Frost's A Brook in the City?
I don't really understand what the poem is about... If anybody can help me figure it out, I would REALLY appreciate it!!!!!
- ghostLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
It's about building a town across what was once fields and brooks. He's lamenting a time when he dipped in a finger and threw in a flower, which he can no longer do, now that they've concreted the grass.
He say that although they built their town over it he can still how it was in his head.
Kind of "They paid paradise and put up a parking lot"
Hope this helps