# 3. Is there any difference between the two roads as the poet describes them (i) in stanzas two and three? (ii) in the last two lines of the poem?

Dear Student,

i. Stanza two - Initially, the poet feels that both roads are equally attractive. After choosing a particular path, he realised that the path chosen by him was less travelled as it had green leaves scattered all over the road. So it was less used in comparison to the other path. However, after he had walked on the road chosen for some time, he realised that both roads were now equally worn out.

Stanza 3 - He found that both roads were similar. Both had leaves scattered all over them.

ii. In the last two lines of the poem, the poet clearly differentiates between the roads and says that the path chosen by the poet was unconventional and less travelled.

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