"And miles to go before I sleep" - Robert Frost
From his classic poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.
Like many, this poem was one of the first we learned in school, and there's something magical and nostalgic about it. Frost is known for his use of down-to-earth, colloquial language to explore complex social, philosophical, and natural subjects.
The final line "and miles to go before I sleep" is repeated twice at the end of the poem. The repetition implies a double meaning, both a literal and metaphorical journey to be taken. We wanted to capture both in our illustration.
This print is from our book Miles to Go.
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