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The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost an Analysis Robert Frost poemThe Road Not Taken can be interpreted many different ways Depending on the past present and future attitude one has at the time he read it determines the way the poem may be interpreted As the title indicates the central theme of this poem is choices Most people agree that in the poem that Frost was expressing the belief that it is the road or path that one takes or chooses that makes him the man who he is today and will be tomorrow Everyone is a traveler on lives roads In the poem there is never just one road to take Life is a struggle to make the decision of which road to take but a choice must be madeA traveler comes upon two road deversised in a yellow wood He is at a cross road point in his life He is unable to take both paths at once and must make a decision which way he would like to go or how to live his life He must decide but is remorseful as he states And sorry I could not travel both This decision is always difficult to make because it is impossible not to wonder at the cost of taking this path over that one He can not help but wonder what he will miss if he chooses this road over that one There is regret before the choice is ever made He relaxes that in one lifetime it is impossible to travel down both roads and he has a difficult choice to make and is carefully considering his options as well as wondering were each could lead In attempting to make thisdecision the traveler looks down one as far as I could trying to see the future and were this road might lead Both roads lead to the unknown and although he tries to see as far as the
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