The Central Idea of the Poem “Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening” composed by Robert Frost is that the poet is riding through the beautiful woods filled up with snow. The nearby lake is also frozen. He wants to stop there to enjoy the charming sight. His horse feels queer because his master wanted to stop there where he could see no farmhouse to stay. The horse feels strange and shakes his bells. The poet realises that the woods are lovely to watch, but he has to keep his words and to go for many miles before he would sleep.