Essay About The Poem I Relate To The Most

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The Road Not Taken
The story I feel like I can relate to the most is The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. In this story Frost talks about going into a forest with two roads ahead of him. He took time to look down both paths. He looked at the features of both roads and he decided to take the road less traveled. I feel like I can relate to this because there have been times where I have had to choose between two decisions or paths. Usually the road less traveled is the harder path, but it's also most often the best path.

One way I relate to this story is because of the way Frost weighs his options with each road. When I get into a tough situation that requires me to make a decision I like to look at both of my options and look at the pros and cons of each one. Frost said, And looked down one as far as I could. To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, He gave both paths a chance of being the better path by taking the time to really look at both of them.

Another way I can relate to this story is because Frost chooses the road less taken. In most tough decisions the easiest road isnt always the right road, but the road less taken can be the hardest thing to do. I find that taking the easy way out never ends well. I usually take ...

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