Robert Frost: Poems

does the poet believes that nature is always benevalent? explain the answer by refering to specific lines in the poem.

poem: "our hold on the planet" by robert frost

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"And it must be a little more in favor of man,

Say a fraction of one percent at the very least..."

This line would infer that nature is benevolent a small percentage of the time.