Road Not Taken

Road Not Taken - The Road Not Taken I think that this poem...

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“The Road Not Taken” I think that this poem is about regret, not the regret of the choice made, but that of not being able to choose both paths. In the first two lines of the poem, the speaker is at a fork in the road of and knows that he can only go down one of these roads. The word “yellow” in the first line makes me think of flowers, nature, and ultimately life. This is the path of life, which is full of choices. In the second and third lines, the speaker regrets not being able to go down both roads at the same time as the same person. If he went down one road and then had the opportunity to go down the other road, it would be different because he has changed by going down the first road. In the fourth and fifth lines, the speaker tries to see what the outcome of going down one of the roads would be, but it is too long and bends into the undergrowth. The speaker can only see so far without actually making the choice to go down that road. In the sixth and seventh lines, the speaker looks at the other road and admits that
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