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A Short Analysis of Robert Frost’s ‘The Road Not Taken’

A summary of a much-misunderstood classic poem

‘The Road Not Taken’ is one of Robert Frost’s most famous poems. It appeared in his first collection, … 1,000 more words


My Pick of the Week: February 13-18

My pick of the week is a collection of Robert Frost’s poems.

Frost has been called the most American of poets, with his down-to-earth style that is reminiscent of dialogue. 32 more words

A Year of Creating Dangerously, Day 41: The Road Not Taken

My mind has been in the woods and on trails lately. Seemed fitting to reprint here perhaps the most famous poem by Robert Frost. Written as a joke for an indecisive friend in 1915, people took it as a serious poem, to which Frost quipped, “I’m never more serious than when joking.” 151 more words

The Path (Best) Not Taken

It all started when someone told me – or maybe it was something I read – that the best place to watch the sunset on Capri was from the… 1,350 more words

Southern Italy

The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,

And sorry I could not travel both

And be one traveler, long I stood

And looked down one as far as I could… 373 more words


Saturday Evening Poetry Post: "What If"

What If

Every time I look at you

I see the road untaken

and when we part

our ghost life haunts me

for days on end… 58 more words


A comparison of the ways in which Robert Frost explores journeys and choices in 'Stopping by Woods' and 'The Road Not Taken'

In both ‘Stopping by Woods’ and ‘The Road Not Taken’, Frost widely explores the themes of choices and journeys. Two bases on which Frost expresses these concepts in the two poems is through ambiguity or uncertainty, and as being either definitive or continuous. 1,604 more words