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The road taken

I, as well as most others who string words together, will never be confused with Robert Frost, the poetry genius from whose pen flowed marvelous words about his beloved New England. One of his best – published in the Atlantic Monthly in 1915 – was “The Road Not Taken.” Actually, it was intended as a joke to a writer friend.Joke or not, it warmed a nation’s soul, causing millions of readers to re-think their paths. Analysts say that wasn’t Frost’s intent at all. After all, in one of the poem’s 20 lines, Frost admitted that grass on both paths was ...

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