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Theory:

"Dust of Snow" is a poem written by Robert Frost. It was first published in \(1923\) in his collection of poems called New Hampshire.
 
Observed for its brevity, the poem deals with a seemingly trivial yet picturesque incident involving a crow, a pine tree, snow dust, and the speaker. It is divided into two stanzas with four lines each. Hence, it falls under the form of poetry known as a quatrain.
 
The rhyme scheme of the poem is \(ABAB\).
 
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