Describe the two roads that author comes across

the two roads went in different directions in the forest. one had been walked along by many, it got lost in the undergrowth at some distance. the other road had green grass and was untrampled. both the roads looked equally fair.

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The 2 roads that the author comes across were lying equally beautiful that morning. The leaves were trodden on both the roads. The first road bent in under growth. And the second road was grassy and less travelled...
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THE AUTHOR CROSSES ACROSS  2 ROADS. BOTH THE ROADS WERE EQUALLY FAIR BUT THE 1ST ONE WERE USED UP BY MANY AND 2ND BY A FEW. ALSO THE 2ND ONE WAS GRASSY WAITING FOR PEOPLE TO WALK ON IT.
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The two diverging roads are evidently metaphorical roads leading to entirely different life destinations. Robert Frost was a poet, but like most creative writers he knew he would have a very difficult time earning a living by writing poetry. Many creative writers are faced with this same decision when they are young. They can live very simply, like Thoreau, and devote themselves to the work they love, or they can find some sort of hopefully palatable gainful employment and enjoy a more comfortable and more secure lifestyle but have less time to devote to their creative work. Frost chose "the road less traveled by," which meant living very simply in the country as a sort of gentleman farmer. The choice determined the subject matter that would appear in his poetry. The other road, the one the majority of creative writers end up taking, leads to such destinations as the business world and academia. T. S. Eliot, for example, worked in a bank; and literary journals are full of the writings of people whose biographies in the back pages show that they are teaching English or Creative Writing or something else. Whether Frost was "happy" with his choice is uncertain. He never seemed particularly happy but only moody and philosophical. His choice, however, enabled him to devote not only his time but his mind to his writing, and he became a famous poet who is often described as America's best-loved poet.
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The two roads symbolizes the choice that one has to make in life.One road was beaten track.many people had worked on it.the other road was grassy and seemed less trodden.being adventurous in nature the author chooses the second road and left the first one for another day
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the two roads are actually choices that life offers us at various stages or turning points.the two roads or choices may look the same at that point in time ,the whole road is not visible bcoz of the under growth ie the unforseen circumstances.the road is visible but not clesrly because there are fallen leaves which cover the grass also no one travelled it that morning.there is also a curve beyond which the roads are not visible.so the two roads appear same and what actually lays in store can be found only after walking on it.If one road is taken the other remains a mystery.

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two roads were diverging in a forest,

one was mostly travelled ,other less travelled,

the one which was travelled more was a good way without any obstacles,

the other one was bushy,

the poet takes the one which has all obstacles and that has made all difference.
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The two roads that the author came across were first was a curvy road which was worn out and second was fair road which was less travelled
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Two roads are actually two different ways of life
One is the road more trodden by which means max. of population love to take shortcuts and gi to the way which is easy
Second road is less trodden by which means few of the population means the real meaning of life which means to do something different than what others do
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The two roads that the author came across was described like this that the two roads diverged in a yellow wood .The one road was very less travelled and the other road was travelled by many people .So the writer thinks that he had to travel the second road and take the risk
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The poet sees two roads diverging in a yellow wood perhaps it was autumn and both roads were covered with flown yellow leaves. The first were the dawn in the undergrowth. The roads were equally beautiful,grassy `wanted wear'. It was less frequently travelled then the first one.
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The first road was torden by people it do no wants any wear it is less grassy whereas the second road was full of grass and wanted a were,growing with small thorny bushes
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The two diverging roads are evidently metaphorical roads leading to entirely different life destinations. Robert Frost was a poet, but like most creative writers he knew he would have a very difficult time earning a living by writing poetry. Many creative writers are faced with this same decision when they are young. They can live very simply, like Thoreau, and devote themselves to the work they love, or they can find some sort of hopefully palatable gainful employment and enjoy a more comfortable and more secure lifestyle but have less time to devote to their creative work. Frost chose "the road less traveled by," which meant living very simply in the country as a sort of gentleman farmer. The choice determined the subject matter that would appear in his poetry. The other road, the one the majority of creative writers end up taking, leads to such destinations as the business world and academia. T. S. Eliot, for example, worked in a bank; and literary journals are full of the writings of people whose biographies in the back pages show that they are teaching English or Creative Writing or something else. Whether Frost was "happy" with his choice is uncertain. He never seemed particularly happy but only moody and philosophical.
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One seems to be more grassy and less frequented
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The two road work covered with Yellow leaves . One went in the undergrowth as far as the poet could see . The second was fair, grassy and wanted wear.
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Ans) Through the medium of' road not taken' poem ,the poet wants to convey that the roads referred to as the tough choices that one has to make during his lifetime. Road. 1)* The poet gazes at the first path and tries to foresee what life will be like if he choses that path . On gazing , he find first one as more ttavelled and bents in undergrowth or wild bushes.. Road 2)* The poet gazes at second one tries to foresee what life will be like if he choses that path ... On gazing , he found second one- more grassy and wanted wear or usage .... so he choses second one.... plzzz thumbs upppp....
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Both the roads seem to be equally fair. The first one is travelled along by many while the second one is less travelled by.

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Both the roads are covered with fallen leaves. One goes in the undergrowth as far as one can see & the other seems to be less travelled & grassy.
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The poet comes across a path splutting into two in the middle of a forest.One path looked worn out as most people has used it where as the second path looked grassy and less worn out.
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While walking through a forest, the poet comes across a point where the road forks into two. Both the roads are covered with fallen yellow leaves. One goes in the undergrowth as far as he can see and the other one seems to be grassy and less travelled . Few travellers seem to have gone by that path
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The two roads are the symbol of two choices and challenge s that life has to offer .The beaten track symbolizes the easier path whereas less travelled by 8s more challenging one .The selection of the difficult road by the poet tells that man's urge to live a life boldly.
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The author is describing the choice that we get in our life
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Where the roads diverged
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The poet sees two roads diverging in yellow wood . Perhaps it was autumn and both the roads were covered with dead or fallen yellow leaves . The first one went down in the undergrowth ' of the forest
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While walking through a forest, the poet comes across a point where the road forks into two. Both the roads are covered with fallen yellow leaves. One goes in the undergrowth as far as he can see and the other one seems to be grassy and less travelled . Few travellers seem to have gone by that path.
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The two roads diverged at a point one of them was less travelled and wanted people to walk on it and the second one was more travelled but poet was still confused as any step he will take it will change hi life.

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