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The Road Not Taken

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“ Sometimes it 's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.” -Keri Russell. This quote is supporting the case that they didn’t know what was going to happen after they made their choice. Not knowing what the results of a choice would be makes making “Sometimes it 's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.” Keri Russell. In the poem The Road Not Taken Robert Frost depicts two choices the only character in the poem has to make by showing the reader two different roads. The first road has been taken many different times by a lot of people, while the second was grassy and had been taken little to none times. The character weighs their option and takes the second road In The Road Not Taken, Robert Frost develops the theme of how difficult making decisions are in…show more content…
The author develops the theme in the poem of how difficult making decisions are in life. It is very clear that in the poem, the person is having difficulties with choosing a path. They say “And sorry I could not travel both, And be one traveler, long I stood.” they are thinking of the pros and cons of each path and both seem like good choices. Another part of the poem says, “ And looked down one as far as I could” “Then took the other, as just as fair” “And both that morning equally lay”. This says that both paths looked good as far as he could see. This paragraph showed how making choices that both look evenly good is
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