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Everyone is a traveler choosing the roads to follow on the map of their continuous journey life There is never a straight path that leaves one with but a sole direction in which to head Regardless of the original message that Robert Frost had intended to convey his poem The Road Not Taken has left its readers with many different interpretations It is ones past present and the attitude with which he looks upon his future that determines the shade of the light that he will see the poem in In any case however this poem clearly demonstrates Frosts belief that it is the road that one chooses that makes him the man who he is And sorry I could not travel both It is always difficult to make a decision because it is impossible not to wonder about the opportunity cost what will be missed out on There is a strong sense of regret before the choice is even made and it lies in the knowledge that in one lifetime it is impossible to travel down every path In an attempt to make a decision the traveler looks down one as far as I could The road that will be chosen leads to the unknown as does any choice in life As much he may strain his eyes to see as far the road stretches eventually it surpasses his vision and he can never see where it is going to lead It is the way that he chooses here that sets him off on his journey and decides where he is going Then took the other just as fair and having perhaps the better claim What made it have the better claim is that it was grassy and wanted wear It was something that was obviously not for everyone because it seemed that the majority of people took the other path therefore he calls it the road less travelled by The fact
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