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The Road Not Taken in the Choices of Life I shall be telling this with a sign Somewhere ages and ages hence Two roads diverged in a wood and I Took the one less traveled by And that has made all the difference Frost 751 The narrator of this last stanza of The Road Not Taken is Edward Thomas eluding that the choice he has just made may be the wrong or the right but only time will tell On the surface Robert Frosts poem is a story about a walk on a wooded road but it had deeper meaning to him and how he feels about the road Also the poem has a universal meaning about life and the choices it presents to you Further the poem is magnificently written in the typical rhyming Frost style Lastly a sigh might just be a sigh to you but in this piece it means much more to Frost Frosts 1916 poem The Road Not Taken is an example of how Frost writes poetry enthralling the reader with a grand opening and an unexpected ending that must be thoroughly analyzed Frost wrote The Road Not Taken while living in Gloucestershire England in 1914 though he was an American citizen His friend Edward Thomas and he would often go on walks so Thomas could show him special plants or sights When Thomas would choose a path it was certain that every time he would regret the choice he had made sighing that they should have taken a better direction Robert Frosts Lesser Known Poems When Frost wrote this he supposedly pretended to carry himself as Thomas just long enough to write the poem Furthermore Frost first wrote the poem as almost a joke for Thomas But it later held more value for him as an example of life choices The Road Not Taken is literally story about a walk on a road one
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