30 Days of Poetry Love 2- Anthology- Robert Frost


Credit image: National Poetry Month logo/Poets.org

Happy day 28! And whoo, it’s getting hard to choose the last few poems to share with you.

Again I didn’t know what poem I should share for the day. And again, the poem came to me later last night.

It’s a poem I’m sure you know well. That is if you recognize the name Robert Frost.


Credit image: Poets.org

Frost was born in 1874 and would develop an interest in reading and writing poetry during high school. And read a poem at John F. Kennedy’s presidential inauguration.

Here is his poem The Road Not Taken. And after reading an article, which has me rethinking the poem. Is it really just a poem of taking the metaphorical road less traveled? Or a poem about no matter what road you choose, where you end up in life, you’re exactly where you chose to be.


5 thoughts on “30 Days of Poetry Love 2- Anthology- Robert Frost

  1. Pingback: 30 Days of Poetry Love 2- Anthology- Robert Frost | #OdinWallace

  2. When you’re older, like me, I sometimes think this is about looking back and revisiting what paths you took as opposed to what path you could have chosen. There is always a choice — one path taken — the other left behind. 🙂
    @dino0726 from 
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    • Yes, you can’t help but look back and wonder what if. The point is, that at then end of the wondering, if you’re left with feelings of regret or not. And whether you have regrets or not, coming to terms with it, you’re still alive to make more, new choices.


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