- What message does the poem communicate about decisions in general?
- What do you think is a message of the poem?
- What message does the story convey to you?
- What is the message of the poem be the best?
- What can the speaker see when he looks down the road?
- How does the speaker feel about his choice?
- What is the speaker’s perspective regarding choices in life?
- Why doesn’t the speaker think he’ll ever go back and travel down the other road?
- What is the speaker sorry he could not do?
- Who is speaker in the poem?
- Why is the speaker feeling sorry?
- How does the speaker think he will feel about his choice in the future?
- What is the message of Ambahan?
- What is the central idea of the poem?
- What is the road a metaphor for?
What message does the poem communicate about decisions in general?
The poet conveys a very important message in this poem.
He tells us that man comes across many situations when he has to take a decision which sometimes can be crucial.
We must make the right choice by keeping in mind that ‘opportunity knocks only once..
What do you think is a message of the poem?
Answer. Answer: The message on the poem usually conveys or portrays the insights, feelings or emotions the writer has and gives a moral lessons for anyone who reads the piece.
What message does the story convey to you?
The message that is conveyed to the reader from the story is the message the writer wants to convey. Explanation: Normally a story conveys the message that the author wanted to send but sometimes, some people understand or grasp the message they want to get.
What is the message of the poem be the best?
The poet tries to tell us that we should be proud of whatever we are doing. If we cannot do something great, we should be happy to do smaller things. Everyone cannot be someone great in the world but whatever we become, we should do it well. Whether you win or loose, if you have played well it is enough.
What can the speaker see when he looks down the road?
The speaker is thinking hard about his choice. He’s staring down one road, trying to see where it goes. But he can only see up to the first bend, where the undergrowth, the small plants of the woods, blocks his view.
How does the speaker feel about his choice?
1 Answer. No, the speaker does not feel that he has made a wrong decision by taking the road less travelled. The poet wanted to explore both the roads. He tells himself that he will explore one and then come back and explore the other, but he knows that he will probably be unable to do so.
What is the speaker’s perspective regarding choices in life?
The speaker’s perspective regarding choices in life is that choices can completely impact our lives. This is because the text ends with: “And that has made all the difference” (20). Whatever the choice the speaker made whether good or bad, this has made ALL the difference.
Why doesn’t the speaker think he’ll ever go back and travel down the other road?
The speaker thinks he will never have a chance to walk the other road because, as he puts it, “way leads on to way.” There is a significant divergence here between taking the poem literally and understanding it metaphorically.
What is the speaker sorry he could not do?
The speaker is sorry that he could not travel both the roads. He is possibly sorry because he knows that once he makes the choice to take one road he will never get around to the other.
Who is speaker in the poem?
Just like fiction has a narrator, poetry has a speaker–someone who is the voice of the poem. Often times, the speaker is the poet. Other times, the speaker can take on the voice of a persona–the voice of someone else including animals and inanimate objects.
Why is the speaker feeling sorry?
Answer: The poet is feeling sorry because he could not travel both the roads. The mood of the poet is regretful and thoughtful.
How does the speaker think he will feel about his choice in the future?
How does the speaker think the choice will affect his future? He knows it will affect his life, but he isn’s sure how. He believes he will regret his choice in the future. He knows he will be proud of the choice he made.
What is the message of Ambahan?
Answer:It is most often presented as a chant without a determined musical pitch or accompaniment by musical instruments. Its purpose is to express in an allegorical way, liberally using poetic language, certain situations or certain characteristics referred to by the one reciting the poem.
What is the central idea of the poem?
The central idea of a poem is the poem’s theme or ‘what it’s about’ if you like. Although many shy away from poems being ‘about’ something, at the end of the day, the poet had something in mind when it was written, and that something is the central idea, whatever it is or might have been.
What is the road a metaphor for?
The road is a metaphor for the journey of life. The poet says that the path that we don’t choose in our life is ‘the road not taken’. He describes his feelings about that choice that he had left in the past. The path which we have chosen, decides our future, our destination.