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  • Tara McGovern

    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.

  • Jen

    "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

  • Molly Hill

    Remember this poem I had to read 50 times in High School and it makes total sense now.

  • Gina Ashmore

    I remember reading this in high school and it inspired me so much that every time I'm traveling in the country - I take the "road less traveled" and must say - it never fails to amaze me in it's beauty - thank you, Robert Frost...

  • Sumayyah Umm SAAK (

    Robert Frost Poem: Take the road less traveled by.

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I love this. The first time I had my heart broken my Mom gave me an old newspaper clipping of this poem.

very beautiful. took me several attempts to finish reading it because i tear up every time.

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In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on~~Robert Frost

Robert Frost- I decided on that road in high school and am so glad I did. L.

"Well worn paths are a drag" quote by Ellen Eddy, one very cool grandma and pinterester....:)

Robert Frost One of my girl's English teacher had them study Robert Frost this year and this poem. The teacher told them that this was a poem of regret, that the speaker feels he made the wrong choice. I strongly disagree with that. I think that the speaker realizes that not taking the easy path enriched his life. I'm curious what others think about this poem. Is it about regret or gratitude?

Here is another Robert Frost Natures first green is gold. Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf is a flower. But only so an hour. Leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief. Dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.

Robert Frost is my favorite poet. This poem is a favorite as it reminds me of the times my mother and I would walk at night through snow covered streets. The quiet and stillness -and we would talk about the homes that seem so inviting.