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Robert Frost was one of the United States best-loved poets Frost was greatly influenced by his move from San Francisco to New England at the age of 11 his move to England when he was 37 and then his return to New Hampshire a couple of years later Knowledge Adventure 2 Robert Frosts inspiration for his poetry came from within himself His decisions concerning which direction his life would take can be seen in one of his most acclaimed poems The Road Not Taken Ultimately he realized as is expressed in his works that the road one chooses to take is what builds and defines ones character It is a life-long decision that one cannot change further down the great road of life The first two lines of his poem is Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and sorry I could not travel both Frost 815 In the first two lines Robert is standing at the crossroads in life he wishes that he could go both ways but in life you must choose one He looked down both roads as far as he could see He wanted to see where the roads led to One of the roads was well-traveled the common road that most people take in life and the other road looked as though no one liked to travel it Frost took the one that wasnt traveled as much choosing his own path in life versus the mainstream Knowledge Adventure This is a remarkable move by Frost because he could be an average poet with an easy life however he chooses the harder road through life Lines eleven through fourteen state And both that morning equally lay in leaves no step had trodden black Oh I kept the first for another day Yet knowing how way leads on to way I doubted if I should ever come back Frost 816 These lines suggest that he had to choose one morning of
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