Many Choices In The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

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Bailey Bolling
Instructor Cheryl Remmers
English 1020 CRN 13913
6 December 2017
Life’s Many Choices Robert Frost is a well-known poet; his writing is famous for its simplicity with a more in-depth meaning than what he has written down. In his poems, there is usually a choice someone must make, and these decisions represent real-life situations that most people are facing. The choices that are made could drastically change one’s life. “The Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” are two of Frost’s poems that are about making choices. Frost makes it easy to relate to the poems because they apply to everyday life. “The Road Not Taken” talks about the significance of one’s choices, and “Stopping by Woods on Snowy Evening” talks about how a man is readying himself for the inevitable, he is reflecting on his past choices that he has made and how it has affected him. These two poems provide us with an outlook on decisions made in real life situations; “The Road Not Taken” and “Stopping by Woods on Snowy Evening” teach us to think before we make decisions because it could end up changing one’s life. In “The Road Not Taken” and in “Stopping by Woods on Snowy Evening” each speaker must make a choice, that could forever change their lives. Both speakers are alone and seem to be feeling indecisive. They both seem intrigued by nature’s beauty, in “The Road Not Taken” it is the “yellow wood” and in “Stopping by Woods on Snowy Evening” it is “the woods fill up with
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