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GOOD vs BAD Why doesnt life let us explore the world Do we have to follow the same path as the majority The world is actually not that of a bad place to live in If the world isnt that bad of a place than why are we are restricted in going places I am not talking about places that are private property instead I am talking about places that we are not going because we are plainly scared the reason is fear As someone once said We fear the thing we most want I wonder if this is any true are we really scared of things we want or are the things we want that horrible that we dont want them Well these types of questions are portrayed in three poems The first two poems are by Gwendolyn Brooks they are A Song in the Front yard and The Bean Eater and the other one is Robert Frosts The Road Not Taken A Song in the Front Yard starts off with someone who wants to see what the back yard is like I believe the narrator is a girl has been a good person but now she wants to go to the back yard and experience the rough side of life From the first and second line Ive stayed in the front yard all my life I want a peek at the back I perceive the front yard as being a place where the good people should be its where everyone is nice and polite to each other it is the good area On the other hand I see the back yard as an opposite of the front yard Its a place where everyone is a bit rougher on the edges and more rebellious type than the people in the front yard The back yard would be the bad area The front yard has roses growing in it where as the back
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