The Road not Taken
"The Road Not Taken"
<Tab/>The poem itself is about the road not taken, not neccessarily about the road less traveled. There are four stressed syllables per line, varying on an iambic tetrameter base. Robert Frosts' tone and setting helped to illustrate the struggle a person goes through in choosing the "right" road to travel. The figurative language used creates an aura of remorse over not being able to travel both roads. The speaker knows that he will second-guess his decision at some point and time, wondering what might have been. The nature of t…
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