In the literary works, many times poems are misunderstood. At times we misinterpret someone else’s writing or at other times we relate to them in our own way. The poem I chose to work with is “The Road Not Taken” this is a well-known poem, but also a very misunderstood one. “The Road Not Taken” is a poem that gets memorized without being read, and recited at graduations, and even weddings. Many of reader believe that the poems means, a new journey by taking a new road and not making a decision and that the paths are both worn the same and that you just might have to go back.
“The Road Not Taken” is a poem capture my interest because I was able to picture the scene where it was taken place (image). The author Robert Frost also uses a lyrical expression (song). But, mainly he uses symbols that represent different problems or situations in life. The author uses the paths as choices that the person can make.
As a reader I am familiar with the issues and problems life might bring, and at times as the reader that is exactly what capture my interest, is the same life situations or story like, mysteries, in which the person can relate to, whether is short stories, poems, novels, etc.
The analytical approach used in this poem connects to the readers’ imagination or a situation they might be going through that involves making a decision and solving the problem. The analytical approach is the only way to find solutions for every problem.
The poem “The Road Not Taken” is written by the poet Robert Frost. The poem “The Road Not Taken.” The poem tells us about making the right choices in life, in which the speaker need to decide which one of the roads is his destination.
In this poem Frost does not give advice, his focus is more complicated. First, in his poem the two roads are both travel the same. The poem seems to focus more on the impact the choice will have in the future.
The speaker has an ironic tone. He anticipates his future. He...