Road Not Taken By Frost The poem “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost is about the choices that one makes in life. It tells about a man who comes to a fork in the road he traveling upon, he feel sorry that he can not travel both paths as one person so he must choose one.
Frost uses this fork in the road to represent a point in the mans life where he has to choose which direction in life he will travel. As he thinks about his decision he looks down one path as far as he can see. This action shows that he is trying to fore see what life will be like if he walks that path.
He then gazes at the other trail and decides the out come of going down that path would be just as nice. At this point he concludes that the trail that has been less traveled on would be more rewarding when he reaches the end of it. The man then decides that he will save the other path for another day. Even though he knows in his head that one path leads to another and that you dont get a chance to go back and do things over in life.
The man then say that he will be telling this story with a “sigh” someday in the future. The sigh suggests that he will wonder what life would have been like if he had chosen the more walked path even though the path he choose has made all the difference.