Students name Instructor's name Course Date "A Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost Poetry is a compact language that uses words with deep meanings to expresses complex feelings. For a reader to best understand the meaning of a poem it is essential for the reader to examine the words and phrases used in the poem keenly. Careful examinations of these is vital since it helps the reader to pick and understand the message that is being conveyed in the poem. Taking a look at the poem "A Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost it can be said that the poem revolves around the idea of making choices in life just as portrayed by the story of the traveler meeting two diverging roads in a yellow wood. It is on the basis of the above central idea that the theme of the poem can be acquired; in this case the be of benefit both in the short and long run. While this decision is made one is always aware that he or she will never retrace the footsteps taken and thus whether it turns to be good or bad one has to live with the choice made. In conclusion Robert Frost's literature piece is one of those compact languages that used words with deep meanings to expresses complex feelings. This is evident because each stanza in the poem communicates something different but that which still in line with the theme of the poem. The use of different poetic devices helps create meaning to the poem as readers are able to pick the central idea that is being conveyed in the poem. Nonetheless Robert Frost's ironical title winds up what the poem is all about. Works cited Frost Robert. “The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost.” Poetry Foundation Poetry Foundation www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44272/the-road-not-taken. [...]
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