First of all Robert Frost is the character and creature of this magnificent poem. There are only two really important roads to choose what to go on in life the road of good decisions and the road of bad decisions.The poet’s is try to explain what roads are good or bad to take in life. He wants to tell us what roads in life we should choose as if life was like a game of such sort.Its early morning saya Robert Frost. Passing through the wrong roads in life will wear the good ones out because you are losing the good vibes in your body. Your body will not choose to be good he wants use to know what’s the right road and what’s not. He doesn’t know what road is the best road to take its hard to know which road is best to take.Sigh says Robert Frost Somewhere ages and ages hence. The poet sounds depressed or sad while he is writing this poem because he uses phases such as I don’t know if i’ll ever come back which make me feel like he is scared to choose which road to pick. “The Road Not Taken” discusses the choices that a person may face in his life. Frost was once quoted, “No matter which road you take, you’ll always sigh, and wish you’d taken another way.”The rhyme scheme is ABAAB. The rhymes are strict and masculine, with the notable exception of the last line. Poetry, he wrote, is chiefly metaphor, saying one thing and meaning another, saying one thing in terms of another, the pleasure of ulteriority. The poem has a literal and a figurative meaning. Its tone is therefore reflective and pensive. The poem describes a person standing at a fork in the road in a wood, unsure which one to take. Frost uses the road as a metaphor for the journey of life. It’s fall, and the leaves are turning colors. He’s unsure which way to go, and wishes he could go both ways. He looks down one path as far as he can see, but then he decides to take the other. He thinks the path he decides to take is not quite as worn as the other one, but really, the paths are about the same, and the fallen leaves on both look pretty fresh. The poem helps explain what he wants us to know.