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Choices made in The Road Not Taken In The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost the speaker has to make a difficult decision about choosing one of two equally promising roads to travel on This poem is easy for people to identify with because people all have to make difficult decisions in their lives I admire the poem because it shows this dilemma really well But in the end of the poem the speaker changes his tone and seems to regret the choice he made after all I dont like this tone of the poem because the speaker is being dishonest with himself as he talks about how he made the wrong choice and how that has changed the rest of his life The poem begins simple enough Two roads diverged in a yellow wood as the speaker sees two roads before him and obviously he cant travel both He tries to consider the consequences as he looked down one as far as I could But each road bent in the undergrowth as where each road lead to is not obvious Its unclear to him what the consequences would be if he chooses either road The second stanza shows the difficulty of making choices The speaker tries to distinguish one road from another as he describes one road as having perhaps the better claim Here he tries to make an excuse for choosing this road over the other - because it was grassy and wanted wear But in line 10 he confesses that both roads are in fact not different at all - as for that passing there had worn them really about the same In the third stanza the speaker realizes he has to make a decision soon as he cant just stand there forever But he still can not decide which one of the roads to travel on Oh I kept the first for another day the speaker hopes he
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