Those Winter Sundays

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The Road not taken, by Robert Frost in 1916, is a rather curious poem about the less traveled road or the where a person is going in life. Yet another interesting piece that has a great deal to do with life in the general sense, the journey that all people go through as a person. The structure of this poem is also very well done from writing standpoint and the last two lines bring the overall message of travel by the author the best, “I took the one less traveled by, and that had made all the difference.” Such perfect example of well written and simple writing that brings forth a very interesting message about traveling a less traveled path like everyone else. I’m not sure if I would ever use this kind of message, but I’m sure that if I did it would be quite the poem.…show more content…
This poem appears to be one of gratitude from a child to a parent about how said parent tried to take very good care of his household. The lines “who had driven out the cold and polished my good shoes as well,” drive home the idea of gratitude but also the idea that the author may feel a little guilty about not telling his father ‘thanks’ for anything at all. I am not sure whether or not I would use this kind of methods or messages like this one, of course that comes from always saying thanks and being courteous to my parents. I have used this form of poetry, and have found the structure very useful as well as easy to use as a form since there are other forms that make poetry slightly complicated from time to time. With the poem Those winter Sundays, this form actually perfect for conveying the true message of gratitude from the author. As I said before, I don’t think I would ever write about gratitude, nevertheless the theory is not only interesting, but also very
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