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One of the most extremely well known and popular poets of his time wasRobert Frost Frost was born on March 26 1874 in San FranciscoCalifornia and passed away on January 29 1963 Many of his poems wereabout life and nature Robert Frost was very well at being a descriptivewriter He was well known for his Free Verse poems He used a lot ofpersonification symbolism similes understatements and metaphorsEven though he has died many of his poems still carry on with greatpopularity into today One of Robert Frost most popular poems was named The Road Not TakenIn The Road Not Taken Robert Frost uses the idea of a diverging roadto explain the decision making that takes place in life In the firststanza of the poem he starts out by saying Two roads diverge in ayellow wood and sorry I could not travel both Frost was showing thatthe narrator has come to a road that forks off into two differentdirections I believe that Frost meant the narrator has come to a pointin his life were two different paths are now before him He explainsthat the narrator is unable take both roads and he has to decide on ofthem When Frost says yellow wood He is referring to the time of theseason Yellow is referring to the color of the leaves during theautumn Robert Frost then writes Long I stoodAnd looked down on asfar as I couldTo where it bent in the undergrowth Robert Frostexplains that the narrator has stopped and looked down the first road asfar as he could see He explains that he can not see all the way to theend though because the road turnsIn the second stanza Robert Frost starts out by writing Then tookthe other just as fair Frost is saying that the narrator takes thesecond road because he believes it is just as good as the first oneFrost then writes And having perhaps the better claimBecause it wasgrassy and wanted
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