Explain the tone of the poem Birches by Robert Frost.
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The tone of the poem in the beginning is calm and sombre as the speaker is reflecting upon the nature of birches in winter then the tone becomes philosophical because the poet thinks of the depth beyond the apparent look of birches. The tone becomes nostalgic in the end when the poet is thinking of his own childhood and deciding the need to suspend the tension for a while to take pleasure in the beauty because the human realm is inevitable.