One of the literary devices that Frost uses to get his impressions across to his reader is rhyme scheme; specifically, he employs end rhyme. The rhyme scheme in this poem is AABA
In the first three stanzas, this rhyme scheme draws attention to the third line. The reason Frost is trying to emphasize these lines is that each line contains a sensory detail about his surroundings. In line 3, the speaker comments that “[the owner of the woods] will not see me stopping here.” In line 7, the speaker describes his surroundings: “between the woods and frozen lake.” “The only other sound’s the sweep” describes what the speaker is hearing (l. 11). The use of these sensory details show that the speaker is very deep in nature and away from any other human life altogether. He mentions that he and his horse have stopped “without a farmhouse near” and that “the only other sound’s the sweep/Of easy wind and downy flake” to show how far from everywhere and everyone else he is. In the last stanza, however, the rhyme scheme...