Poem Response In The Road Not Taken By Robert Frost

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Poem Response
Some of my favorite literature pieces to read are poems or articles that give me inspiration, or ones that have a meaning and something I can learn from or newly experience. The Road Not Taken, by Robert Frost, is a poem that has a deeper meaning and it connects with me with the learning experiences that it shares. Along with having a strong inspiration on the current aspects of my life and on myself, I think that by reading this poem and understanding the depth and meaning of it has really encouraged me onto thinking deeper and analyzing other things/poems. This poem especially, has many aspects and differences that make it stand out so much to me than other poems, and it has helped me to enjoy some poetry more than I had before. By analyzing this poem, and others of Frost’s work, these can be very helpful to many people who sometimes struggle with enjoying poetry like me, by helping to finally enjoy and understand the deeper meanings and connections that can be made within these poems and poetry overall. Initially, what first strikes me as being important, is that in this poem there is such great imagery being used. The outstanding imagery that is used in the poem keeps me, and the reader intrigued throughout the story that is told. Frost begins the poem with, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,” and from this initial line I had a solid image in my mind, which I feel like helped me understand the rest of the poem even more. The imagery helped me
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