boundaries can assist a relationship. However, the speaker sees the wall as literally dividing people when he says ‘I’d ask to know who I was walling in or walling out’’. This suggests the speaker thinks boundaries break a relationship as it separates people and keeps them further apart. In the poem ‘Two look at Two’ the purpose of the fence seems to be separating humans from nature. The people in the poem ‘were halted by a humbled wall’ as if it was there to separate them from the animals. However, further on ‘there was more’ when they encountered the buck they are asked ‘why don’t you show some signs of life?’ this suggests the purpose of the wall was for people to learn from animals as opposed to distancing themselves. In the poem ‘there are roughly zones’ the unclear boundaries between right and wrong worsen the relationship between humans and nature. The speaker talks of a tree he moved and said it may never grow again. He said if this happens then ‘it can blame the limitless trait in the hearts of men’, this quote suggests that because humans are unaware of their boundaries they will keep exploring until something suffers and in this case it is the tree. Frost questions the purpose of boundaries in these poems. The speaker refers to mending the wall as ‘oh, just another kind of outdoor game’ which suggest it is of no real use. The word ‘Oh’ also implies that mending the wall is just a trivial matter. In the poem ‘two look at two’ there is a boundary between humans and nature. Towards the end the people feel as though ‘the earth returned their love’ which suggests that they are accepted and loved back which implies the separation between humans and nature is unnecessary. In the poem ‘there are roughly zones’ Frost questions the boundaries between what’s right and wrong. The speaker says ‘there are roughly zones which must be obeyed’ the word ‘roughly’ suggests that there is no definitive line between what is morally right and wrong which is why humans find it so hard to follow.