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The road not taken leads to you
Most people search for the less paths through life; however, the easier paths are often the less eventful. Because it was hungry and wanted wear; This "Second Road" may be more deserving of the most walking down it. With an "Oh" at the beginning and an exclamation open at the end, this line is emphatic. Most people search for the less paths through life; however, the easier paths are often the less eventful.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, There are these two roads.
The Road not Taken
One goes one Local girls in kabul, the other hTe a different way. This happens in a yellow wood, ie, it is autmn when the green leaves turn yellow. And sorry I could not travel both 3. And be one traveler, The narrarator regrets that he can't go down both roads, because then he'd have to split himself in two and that's impossible. To where it bent in the undergrowth; He stands at tto The road not taken leads to you for a long time and examines one of the tzken as far as he can. He can't see the end of the road because the road curves away from his line of vision. Then took the other, He takes the "Second Road" the road that he didn't examine yet, but is going to characterize in the next few lines ie lines 7 to 9.
And having perhaps the better claim, 9. Because it was grassy and wanted wear; This "Second Road" may be more deserving of the narrator walking down it. Well, there was grass on this "Second Road" and it seemed to be telling the narrator "I want you to walk on me. Though as for that the passing there Had worn them really about the same. However in reality, both the "First Road" and "Second Road" were equally worn down by people walking down them. So line 9 says the ""Second Road" had grass and would like to be walked on, but line 10 says that grassy "Second Road" was walked on as much as the first road.
And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Both roads were equally NOT walked on that morning. The yellow leaves on the ground weren't crushed by people walking on them, breaking them up, causing them to decompose.
Oh, I kept the first for another day! If one, as an editor, or even as a reader, happens The road not taken leads to you a way to do something, anything, more easily or in a better fashion that it is commonly or is always done, then one should probably take the road less traveled and give it a shot. If this is done, the person in question might leave a trail that will become the road more often traveled. However, this is not the general meaning of the whole poem. The road more often traveled[ edit ] Despite the obvious advantages of taking the road less traveled, there are certain times when taking this path is not always the best choice, and it might be better just to stick with the road more often traveled.
Taking another road just to circumvent the road more often traveled, the road that policy is built on, is not constructive. Making the choice of which road to take can sometimes be hard, and is very dependent on the situation. One must assess the possible advantages, disadvantages and risks of taking either road, just as any real-life explorer or traveler would. It's possible that our speaker is the first to travel to this place on that day. The paths are covered with leaves, which haven't been turned black by steps crushing them. Wait, we thought one path was grassy…and now it's covered with leaves. Possibly, the leaves aren't very thick, or the grass sticks up in between them.
Or maybe the speaker isn't being quite honest. Line 13 Oh, I kept the first for another day! The speaker seems like he's already regretting his decision.