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Robert Frost - Relating To Life Experiences Robert Frost - Relating to Life Experiences The Road Not Taken Mending Wall Birches Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening Robert Frost is remembered as one of the most popular and honored poets of the twentieth century Mertins- Frost His popularity is partly due to his experiences and the universal themes that he uses to create his poems about relationships nature and the world Mertins- Frost Frosts experiences in life help him to create the vivid scenes he sets within his poetry Among the poems that relate to his own life experiences are The Road Not Taken Mending Wall Birches and Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening In The Road Not Taken Frost begins by describing the choice the narrator must make when the path he is traveling ends in a fork The traveler decides to take the path that is less traveled knowing that he may never return to see the other The Road Not Taken is a metaphor for the narrators travels through life He comes to a point in his journey where he must make a decision about the direction his life will take One Path looks like it would be easy for him and the other would be more difficult It could perhaps be compared to choosing a career that would be less work or a career that would be challenging The narrator of course chooses the challenging one and is obviously quite satisfied with his choice for he says that it has made all the difference Frost Frost is suggesting to his readers that when faced with decisions in their lives the road that seems the most challenging may often be the most rewarding It is a lesson that should be taken to heart for Frost may have uncovered the secret to a satisfying life Robert Frost states himself that The Road Not Taken was written about a friend who
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