A recent trip to Bennington, Vermont brought me to the Old Bennington Cemetery
and Robert Frost's grave.
On it are inscribed the words, "I had a lover's quarrel with the world," from his poem "A Lesson for Today."
I prefer to think of him by his poem "Out, Out --," where he describes "And from there those that lifted eyes could count / Five mountain ranges one behind the other / Under the sunset far into Vermont."
It's very much the sense you get when you're near the Old Bennington Cemetery, though it is very hard not to lift one's eyes.