"Fire and Ice" is a poem written by Robert Frost. It was first published in December \(1920\) in Harper's Magazine and later in \(1923\) in his collection of poems called New Hampshire. It is one of his well-known and most anthologised poems.
Observed for its brevity, the poem deals with a universal question: how the world will end? The poem, written in a single nine-line stanza, seeks to answer the question.
The rhyme scheme of the poem is \(ABAABCBCB\).
Note: According to the text book, the poem is divided into two stanzas. However, it is important to note that the poem was originally written as a single stanza.