The Road Not Taken Metaphors

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In Robert Frost’s 1916 poem “The Road Not Taken” a traveler is walking along a path, he comes to a fork in the path. He then had to decide which path to take the one that everybody else took or the one nobody ever takes. Frost also uses many similes, metaphors, and extended metaphors. The theme of Frost poem, “The Road not Taken,” describes the difficulty a person has when making choices in life.
As the traveler in Frost’s poem is walking along a path, he came to a fork in that path. One of his options was worn down from an innumerable amounts of people choosing it, but the other path was grassy and inviting. The narrator chose the less traveled, inviting path and somehow knew that when he took this road less traveled, he could never have
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