The Road Not Taken
The Road Not Taken reminds me of a personal life experience: life is full of choices good, bad, successful and failure. The most interesting gain is that life has a purpose to teach each individual a different lesson. The areas in our life that we lack in return gain maturity. “And looked down one as far as I could, To where it bent in the undergrowth” Clugston,R.W. (2010),simile a direct comparison to show that similarity of two things that ordinarily are not thought of as being similar.” Clugston,R.W. (2010),, The author is comparing nature to a contemplating decision of life . The undergrowth represent nature and life unexpected choices.
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There was an immediate connection with the author meaning in this poem. It is human nature to sometimes be afraid of change and choices. The connection overall is being able to balance with the expectation that change is constant in life and regardless of the road we travel we have to know that it is purpose in change.
The author of this poem overall meaning to the readers is being able to understand life challenges as an individual. There are times when we are afraid to attempt to become who we really want to be because we are so afraid to accept the consequences of choices. A person will never be who they are intended to be if that are afraid of living. Living is being able to accept every challenge for what it is worth but to gain knowledge of understanding the purpose of your travel. A road never travel is an abandoned opportunity for someone who over looked it by fear.” Because it was grassy and wanted wear” This is the interpretation of all I stated above and at the end any travel it is a sense of relief to know it was worth the sacrifice. “I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.” Clugston,R.W. (2010). The author ends the poem with confidence although it was uncertain in the beginning it’s the endurance that gives you a positive outcome.
Clugston,R.W. (2010).Journey into literature. San Diego, California: Bridgepoint Education, Inc