April 5, 2003
Robert Frost's poem "A Road Not Taken" is about the choices a person has to make in their lifetime. The poem starts out with a man in the woods trying to decide which path he wants to take. He decides the take the path were there is a lot of undergrowth, basically where no one has been walking. At the end of the poem he sighs and looks back on that day where he made the decision, and he says it had made all the difference. I feel he thinks he made the right decision in the path he took.