I think the title 'Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert Frost means that someone stops by the woods on a snowy evening.
A - Attitude/Tone
The first stanza is about stopping in the woods to watch. The second stanza is about the darkest evening of the year and the horse is confused why they stopped. The third stanza is about everything being very quiet. The fourth stanza is about how he has to keep on going before he can sleep.
S - Shifts
There was some figurative language in the poem. The personification was the horse asking if there is some mistake. The alliteration was ''the woods are lovely, dark and deep'' and ''miles to go before I sleep." The extended metaphor was miles to go before I sleep which means his trip is a journey of a long life. The visual was woods filling with snow. The auditory was the horse bells shaking. The tactile was downy flakes.
T - Title and T - Theme
I think the attitude and tone sounds like a man who is tired of doing things and wants a break to relax and enjoy life.
What shifts the poem is when he says but.
The title means that he is stopping by the woods on a snowy evening to take everything in. The theme is people focus on promises and stuff and not enjoying and taking in life for what is.