what are similarities between the two roads ?

 the summary on the topic of the dag in the duke

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It tells us about how the speaker in the poem is in the woods and is in front of two roads that diverged. Road A. leads one way and probably also leading to another, and has been taken many times since in the poem the speaker says it was all stomped on. And there was Road B. that leads to a whole different way also leading from one way to another. But according to the speaker this road had grass and wanted wear. Obviously this was the road not taken. The speaker is trying to find the differences and similarities between the two roads in the poem and since he knew that Road A. had been all stomped on. And Road B. wasn’t, he/she decided to take Road B. also known as the road not taken. And of course the speaker chose to take this one because this was the road the speaker felt he/she should take and wanted to take, and make his/her own decision. And as the speaker has taken the road the speaker says and yet knowing way leads on way to way I doubt if I should ever come back and says that hence two roads diverged in a yellow woods and I-I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference. In other words metaphorically saying the speaker had two different choices to make, and they were both very different from each other and he didn’t want to choose one he didn’t like just because it was the most popular one. Because when you make a choice or a decision you got to make sure it’s the right on because sometimes when you make a decision or a choice you cant always go back and undo it. So in this case the speaker had to make a choice that was a bit difficult having to choose what was the right thing knowing it would affect him in life one way or another.

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both look equally fair and promissing.

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the similarities between the two roads are one is travelled by less people where they choose there bright future and it is green whereas other road is travelled by many people where they choose there dark future and its black............

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They were grassy and wanted wear
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Taranpreet Kaur ...similarities ..not differences.
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Why you all are telling the differences...but not the similarities?
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The question is to ask the similarities of the two roads.
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Both roads are grassy and wanted wear. No one travelled on these roads yet
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the similarities is that , as it was a morning time, due to the leaves fallen on the roads no one could actually tell which road was more trodden or more used by people. 

"Then took the other, just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same."

in the above stanza we even get to know that both the roads were worn out
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how are the roads similar

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