``Home`` in Frost`s poetry deserves special attention, for it defies our common ontological reality it customally evokes. From the early "Storm Fear" on to the late "Directive" his poems show that ``home`` does not provide the ``protective`` space for the speaker/poet as it usually does for others. It is not strange that his ``dark`` poems have ``hidden homes`` in their structures. ``Home Burial`` shows Frost`s typical space where a hyper-psycholgical or absurd drama is taking place. The element of the ``absurd drama`` which we can find in most of his ``dark`` poems might be used as a clue to his ``unreasonable`` and/or absurd fear in his poems.