Robert Frost

(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963 / San Francisco)

The Road Not Taken - Poem by Robert Frost

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
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Comments about The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost

  • (9/18/2015 2:34:00 AM)


    I love this poem. It shows the dilemmas we face in life, and the hard decisions sometimes we have to make. The right path is not always the nice easy one but our hopes, dreams, morals guide us to it.
    One of my all time favourites!
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    Daniel Hakimi (9/29/2015 10:58:00 PM)

    You have misunderstood the poem. Both paths are the same. The poem is about the narrator's perception, and his incorrect attribution of his good fortune to a choice, when it was in fact pure luck.

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  • Anish Debnath (9/17/2015 2:09:00 PM)


    It is really a great poem to learn something.attaining a destiny needs some time estimated to it though there are several paths of time.But we have to be able to choose the path of less torments not of lesser distance because sometimes path, less traveled by takes away the beloved things of our life.although it is not certain that the other path would give us ease. (Report) Reply

  • Julie Kops (9/14/2015 12:40:00 PM)


    One of my all time favorite poems and a great truth namaste :) (Report) Reply

  • (9/9/2015 9:06:00 AM)


    This man be no poet.Is there anywhom can hold my attention to validate an entire read? -Albert George Vinny (Report) Reply

  • (9/7/2015 9:34:00 AM)


    Psychological studies find that people tend to be less happy when given choices, always wondering what if. That came to my mind when I read it again now. How intriguing! ? (Report) Reply

  • (9/1/2015 11:43:00 AM)


    nice..... (Report) Reply

  • Pijush Biswas (8/31/2015 10:14:00 AM)


    It is very clear that the narrator was confused to take any one of two roads diverged in a yellow wood.
    He was perplexed and counted his perfect one which could bring him to his preferable place.There were two roads, one grassy and another undergrowth.The point where the two roads went two different directions standing alone looked for someone who could assist him.But he was failed and thought if he had to come back choosing wrong.So he left a long sigh, and ultimately he took the grassy one which was less travelled by
    inhabitants.
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  • (8/28/2015 4:40:00 PM)


    Reminds me of literature class in secondary school. (Report) Reply

  • Charity Nduhiu (8/27/2015 7:30:00 AM)


    Wonderful poem i have liked it. Thank you Robert (Report) Reply

  • Porfy Beltran (8/25/2015 5:47:00 PM)


    Powerful words, bare feelings, sad reality. Life, choices, end. (Report) Reply

  • (8/25/2015 12:04:00 PM)


    beautiful poem. ... (Report) Reply

  • Phanice Wamukota (8/19/2015 3:22:00 AM)


    Hope is one good reason we wake up each morning. An anticipation of a day better than the previous day. (Report) Reply

  • (8/13/2015 12:01:00 PM)


    Inspiring poem, shows mirror to self. (Report) Reply

  • (8/11/2015 1:17:00 AM)


    .............one of my favourite poems of all time ★ (Report) Reply

  • (8/9/2015 6:07:00 AM)


    no words to describe this poem (Report) Reply

  • Melvina Germain (8/4/2015 9:13:00 AM)


    Absolutely beautiful..... (Report) Reply

  • Angel Dzidula-komla (8/2/2015 4:37:00 PM)


    And that has made all the difference. (Report) Reply

  • (8/2/2015 1:15:00 PM)


    Beautiful! (Report) Reply

  • (7/31/2015 9:15:00 AM)


    Sorry to the road not taken,so lucky to the road taken....Gr8 work (Report) Reply

  • (7/27/2015 7:22:00 AM)


    This poem says Robert Frost is a Freemason. The title is similar to the metaphorical road less traveled which would be the road to the monopolistic monarchs' castle and the oil fields that they control around the world as members of the oil cartel. Monarchs are protected by satanic Freemasons who rob other so that monarchs can afford castles and can afford private railroads and trains that they use to take kidnap victims to concentration camps around the world in property wars that are mislabeled world wars.

    The rhyming words in the poem back and black were used in the title of the 80's rock song Back in Black, on an album that includes the song Highway to Hell. The monarchs who control the nations of the world are making life hell for me and many others in the Biblical sense, betraying, robbing and torturing us as they worship and act as satanic demons as gods. These demons who control the world and live in castles through theft, graft and extortion demand tithes and taxes from us and then have the nerve to send their minions in Freemasonry to steal my purse, car, savings and stock shares. They just can't seem to get enough. They being the Rothschilds and other satanic bankers who control the Vatican in Rome where all roads lead to and which all monarchs are serve as satanic demons posing as gods and wearing satanic symbols such as stars and crosses which cryptically represent Lucifer.

    Robert Frost took the low road because he was a lowlife and this poem is his disguised confession which he left to the world of people. On his tombstone should be carved: Here lies Robert Frost who took the low road.
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