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    The Road Less Traveled - Robert Frost #roadlesstraveled #robertfrost #inspirational

  • Tammy Murphy

    Robert Frost's The Road Less Travelled. This poem has inspired me since high school. And yes, I normally take the road less travelled.

  • April Ridge

    Robert Frost I bet the whole Springhill High School class of 1995 still remembers this

  • Joanne Maly

    "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled by __ And that has made all of the difference. ~ Robert Frost #quotes #motivational #inspirational #RobertFrost

  • Alli KeelingšŸŒž

    This is one of my favorite quotes. It something to remember and for our kids to be taught: when you are living a Christian life you might be taking the road that is not traveled on by many, but God will show you favor for walking His path; not the worlds path.

  • Joyce Townsley- Mills

    The road less traveled, I love Robert Frost's poems.

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