I reported a couple of weeks ago that the read-a-like idea used in fiction readers' advisory has not been applied to poetry. There are several good reasons for this situation. Reader demand is low, and the librarians (including me) producing readers' aids know less about poetry. After a little study I have finally been able to produce a what-to-read-next list. I hesitate to call it a read-a-like list, which implies a much closer matching of styles and content than really exists. Still, this list may help readers of Robert Frost find some other poets to enjoy.
If you enjoy the poetry of Robert Frost, you might try ...
A. R. Ammons
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Henry David Thoreau
I used Facts on File Companion to 20th Century American Literature by Burt Kimmelman to come up with an initial list; I found all the pages mentioning Robert Frost, read about the poets who claim Frost influenced them, and created a list. I then read several poems of each and verified that there are books by these poets available in our library system.
Next I am going to try Walt Whitman.