The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

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The Road Not Taken Robert Frost is considered one of the most influential poets in his time period. He written many poems and overcome many challenge in is life time. One of the most famous poems by Robert Frost is the road not taken. The road not taken was written to be funny and also explain the road he took during the time of his struggle. It also show’s his strength and his bravery within the poem. Throughout the poem Frost was face with choice he has to make, loneliness, an act of regret, and color in is life. We will analyze the characteristic base on the time period and the words choice he used in the poem the road not taken. Frost live through two major war ww1 and ww2 both which are two of the most deadliest war in the world. Frost …show more content…
Frost open the poem very strange saying that “two roads diverged in a yellow would, And sorry I could not take both” Frost decide he want to start out being funny about the roads being diverged in a yellow wood which we can tell that there is no such thing as a yellow wood nor the path he took would result to be the same. However the yellow represent brightness and he want to tell us that the path he took was the only path there to take and the other one was no option to take as it was clearly not a choice for him. Therefore, right at the begging he tells reader to dismiss the other road as he can see clearly that it really only one way to approach his suffering. Second line then states indirectly that he sorry because he will not travel the road that involves all his sorrows. This was an impressive way to start this poem as it makes us wonder what does he mean why is he trying to be funny with all happen in his …show more content…
In the poem the second line Frost said “And be one traveler, long I stood” Frost clearly said that he was the only traveler on the road and as long as he stood there on the road he don not seem to have seen anyone there with him. Analyzing this base on the time period it was written we can tell comment that Frost stood alone base on his feelings when he lost his children. We can say that all the friends that was there no knew how he felt and the pain he was going throw. The following line he said that “And looked down one as far as I could to where it bend in the undergrowth”. Throughout the time he was standing there on the road he can see that this path he takes his full of sorrows and pain. Undergrowth (dense growth of shrubs and other plants, especially under trees in woodland) he saying that while standing on the lonely road he could see where the wood bend to the undergrowth yet he did not see the undergrowth because he do not want to travel that far on the lonely road to the point that he would feel like a shrubs (a woody plant that is smaller than a tree and has several main stems arising at or near the ground). On the lonely road where he stood he saw how it bend and decide that this is not the path he needs to

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