Comment -680 of , added on September 8th, 2005 at 5:34 PM.
Frost was a pretty dark man, this poem kind of proves that. Read it again,
the two paths were the same, he said he took the road less traveled, but
how can that be? It may have made all the difference in the world, but
what it comes down to is that like all things in life you had a choice to
make, right or wrong, you'll end up lying about the outcome ages
henceforth, and sigh a little sigh a what could have been.
Katie from United States
Comment -681 of , added on August 30th, 2005 at 2:14 PM.
which road will you take?
kelsey from United States
Comment -682 of , added on August 28th, 2005 at 12:55 AM.
I love this poem very much,for I have the same feeling with the author and
I think that everybody may be touched by this poem.
Comment -683 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 8:13 PM.
to me, this poem is a great example of how, to make the right choice, you
hav to examine both the advantages and the disadvantages of both options.
you hav to know where you want to go but to do this you hav to awknowledge
the consequences. its a great poem and when read properly, it can mean a
from El Salvador
Comment -684 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:56 PM.
I think that the poem is very inspiring and would recommend it to all poem
lovers!!! i think its about facing 2 paths that u have 2 choose but you can
only choose 1. the harder 1 might be the best option
Rosie from Australia
Comment -685 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:57 PM.
I found this poem inspiring because its told me that if i always take the
easy path, it will probably bring me to a lower place than where i would
ultimatly want to be.
Emma from Australia
Comment -686 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:52 PM.
I like this poem because it really explains the decisions that you take in
your life. If you choose to take the harder road you will get more out of
it, and instead of taking the easy road which everybody else would do.
nicole from Australia
Comment -687 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:13 PM.
the fork in the road can represent anything. You can take one, but not the
other...a hard choice, one you will never be faced with again.
Frost describes this dilemma in a metaphor form. The metaphor being the
paths are life changing descisions in life.
We will all be faced with one of these in our lifetime.
I believe Frost shared his problem descriptivly and emotionally. It's a
wonderful poem that everyone should read.
Emily from Australia
Comment -688 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:40 PM.
i think the poem is about having to make a choice in your life that you
wont be able to make again. the traveller chooses the option that not many
people have made and he finds it was the best way to go and he doesnt
regret his decision.
Tessa from Botswana
Comment -689 of , added on August 24th, 2005 at 7:34 PM.
i believe that this poem has several meanings although only a few are
chosen to be found