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Throughout much of Robert Frosts poetry he as a writer uses much of natures aspects to allow his readers to get a better perception of life itself He refers to nature as well to help explain the various levels of life Much of Frosts poetry relates to the major concerns of life such as the fragility of life the consequences of accepting or rejecting the conditions of ones life the passion of inconsolable grief and the difficulty of sustaining intimacy His subjects as well consist of the fear of loneliness and isolation the inevitability of change the tensions between the individual and society as well as the place of tradition and custom Frost 975 From the sounds of birds the feel of ice cold snow to the sounds of branches blowing and crackling in the wind Frost uses setting characters and situations to make up the subject matter to produce his poetry In Robert Frosts poem The Road Not Taken Frost uses simplicity and one of natures aspects two grassy diverging worn roads to symbolize lifes decisions and which path one may take throughout their journey of existenceThe Road Not Taken simply tells the story of life itself We are all given a choice of life Which direction we will take or go is a difficulty that many of us as individuals will face Which one looks better which one seems better and which one is the right path to go upon are questions for all but can never be given a direct answer because we are all granted two words A CHOICE Many may make the right decision in life that they may feel completely confident and satisfied with in the end while others may have taken the path less fortunate In The Road Not Taken Frost uses symbolism in the sense that there are two diverging roads to symbolize lifes journey Which one will you take In the linesAnd looked down one as
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