In the poem, the speaker is walking on foot and comes to a fork in the road where he has to choose between two paths that are right for him to take. Frost married Elinor on December 19, and had their first child, Elliot, in Influence of decision making B. Frost expresses a strong preference from his own experience It is a persons past, present and the way one see things, which determines their choices and paths they follow.
Romanticizing the rural woods of New England creates the perfect setting for the theme of self-discovery laid out and described by the speaker The meter of this poem is iambic tetrameter, for the most part.
Frost and Thomas would take walks in the woods together, and Thomas would take Frost down one path and later regret not choosing a different path. This poem shows how Frost believes that it is the road that you choose that makes you the person you are. While trying to make a decision he wishes that he could take both paths, but in the end chooses the one that appears to be less worn to him. The diverging roads are symbolic of the choices society is faced with every day of life
Written in by one of the greatest poets in American history; Robert Frost uses an unique metrical form that brings nature to life and a gives the reader a firm understanding of the rural lifestyle. The Narrator of this poem is faced with a predicament when he comes across two paths. The narrator ends on a nostalgic note, wondering how different things would have been had he chosen the other path. It has both literal and metaphorical meaning; the roads can also symbolize two paths of life to follow.
The choices that he makes in his life, can alter the future for better or worse.
Throughout the poem, the speaker learns that just because so many other people have done one thing, or walked one way, does not mean everyone has to. Robert Frost is an American poet who is famous for his formal style which is still popular in our American literature classes. Thomas and Frost became close friends and took many walks together. It was said that Thomas was never content with the choices he made, and whenever walking with Frost in England, he would always regret path they had chosen
The poem depicts one man's journey throughout his life, the choices he made and the road he travelled. It is all on how a person approaches the situation. This poem is a first person narrative that is seen by most people as being told by Frost. Then he says that he took the road less traveled by and that has made all the difference.