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The road not taken is a narrative poem written by Robert Frost.This poem is all about two roads which are diverged at a point . The speaker is at the fork on the path in the woods . One road is preferred by everyone and another one is less travelled by. The road which is less travelled by is full of leaves scattered here and there. The poet wants to go down on both the roads at the same time but its impossible. The speaker regrets for not choosing two roads at the same time.Like in life a person has to choose a single aim and in pursuit of that he works hard similarly the poet has to take a great decision ( choosing a road ). He chooses which was less travelled by as he thought that road will be adventurous but that only made the difference. He regrets for his decision.
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this is a grade 9 poem very intersted poem i like this poem
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