what images does the poet use to compare the two roads?(English- The road not taken)

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In the poem 'The Road Not Taken' the poet describes two paths that lay before the traveller. One of the paths was green and grassy while the other one was not very appealing to the eyes. The poet uses this imagery to show how things and people may seem attractive, but when one experiences it, it is different. The poet travels through the path that was less travelled.

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it is mentioned in the poem
 
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visual imagery 
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the grassy road
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HE COMPARES THE FIRST ROAD AS THE COMMONLY TRAVELLED ROAD WHERE PEOPLE GO TO REACH MONEY AND SUCCESS WHILE THE SECOND ROAD HAS  BEEN DESCRIBED AS THE LESS TRAVELLED ROAD AND ACCORDING TO THE POET IT IS RISKIER AND ADVENTUROUS AND HE ALSO WANTED TO EXPLORE THE UNEXPLORED
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why
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he notice tha t the first road is common and this does not want to wear but the second road wants to wear.
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He confused whoch one is better so je shows that the result of both
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yes anita is rght
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aita is right
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