Essay about The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

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“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is about the speaker deciding which road to take. Both that were equally overlaid with un-trodden leaves. He chose one and told himself that he will take the other road on another day, but the speaker knows that the opportunity to do so are very unlikely to come up. He hoped that he will be able to recreate the scene someday in the future where he took the road less traveled by. The mood of the poem; “The Road Not Taken” is a feeling of anticipation because the traveler have to choose which road to take. The tone of this poem is satisfy with a bit of curiosity because even though the speaker wishes he could have taken both roads, the speaker is please with the one he chose. But he still wonder what…show more content…
“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is about the speaker deciding which road to take. Both that were equally overlaid with un-trodden leaves. He chose one and told himself that he will take the other road on another day, but the speaker knows that the opportunity to do so are very unlikely to come up. He hoped that he will be able to recreate the scene someday in the future where he took the road less traveled by. The mood of the poem; “The Road Not Taken” is a feeling of anticipation because the traveler have to choose which road to take. The tone of this poem is satisfy with a bit of curiosity because even though the speaker wishes he could have taken both roads, the speaker is please with the one he chose. But he still wonder what sort of difference it would make for if he chose the other road. This poem consists of four stanzas of five lines. The rhyme scheme of this poem is ABAAB with four stressed syllables per line. The theme of this poem depends on our point of view. One point of view is that this poem is very inspirational. The poem tells us not to take a road that has been well-worn and used up the most but take the road that is grassy and taken the least. The speaker of the poem tells us that in order to achieve greatness life you must take risks and that you should be a leader not a follower. You will not be successful in life if you abide by what everyone else do and say. This poem is saying that you should not have a hegemonic perspective, but instead have

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