Asked by: Brigit Pascala
asked in category: General Last Updated: 11th March, 2020

What does the grassy road mean in the road not taken?

The poem The Road not taken tells us about the poet who makes a choice in his life by deciding one road out of two diverged roods at yellow wood. He chose one which wanted wear and was grassy. It means that the road he chose was full of grass and wasn't stepped by anyone till now.

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Also, what does the grassy road represent in the road not taken?

'The Road Not Taken' by Robert Frost is a poem narrated by a lone traveler confronted with two roads, symbolizing the journey of life and the decisions we make on that journey. The narrator chose the path that was 'grassy and wanted wear,' which demonstrates the desire many of us have for individuality and adventure.

what does the road symbolize? Road is the symbol of life's journey. Road symbolizes the journey that your life is currently in. These dreams mean a lot when it comes to taking the right direction or the next turn.

Likewise, what is an example of taking the road less traveled?

Let's take some examples. College. In the not too distant past, going to college was the road less traveled. If you are thinking “no way, of course, you have to go to college!” you are set right in the middle of the well-worn path.

What do you understand by the expression grassy and wanted wear?

the words ' grassy and wanted wear' tells us that the certain road( second road that the poet had chosen) was less travelled by the travellers.

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