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Who is Robert Frost?
Robert Lee Frost (March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963) was once an American poet. His work was once at the start posted in England earlier than it was once posted in the United States. Known for his sensible depictions of rural lifestyles and his command of American colloquial speech, Frost often wrote about settings from rural lifestyles in New England in the early twentieth century, the use of them to take a look at complicated social and philosophical themes.
Frost used to be honored often at some point of his lifetime and is the sole poet to obtain 4 Pulitzer Prizes for Poetry. He grew to become one of America’s uncommon “public literary figures, nearly an inventive institution.” He used to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal in 1960 for his poetic works. On July 22, 1961, Frost was once named poet laureate of Vermont.
The Road Not Taken Poem By Robert Frost
Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood,
And Sorry I Could Not Travel Both
And Be One Traveler, Long I Stood
And Looked Down One As Far As I Could
To Where It Bent In The Undergrowth;
Then Took The Other, As 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,
And Both That Morning Equally Lay
In Leaves No Step Had Trodden Black.
Oh, I Kept The First For Another Day!
Yet Knowing How Way Leads On To Way,
I Doubted If I Should Ever Come Back.
I Shall Be Telling This With A Sigh
Somewhere Ages And Ages Hence:
Two Roads Diverged In A Wood, And I—
I Took The One Less Traveled By,
And That Has Made All The Difference.