The two poems offer oppositional views on life and life choices. The reading, however, varies greatly from person to person. So, respond to these following questions: 1. Does Frost offer any explanation for his choice in “The Road Not Taken?” 2. Similarly, does Farley offer any explanation for her choice in her poem? 3. Who do you think makes the most practical decision? Frost or Farley? Or none of them? Explain. 4. Is there any common ground between these two poems? [Hint: think about the structure of the respective poems, the attitude of the speakers, the end result, the explanation (or a lack thereof) by the speakers for rationalizing their choices, etc.] 5. In one paragraph (minimum 10 sentences), with a solid topic sentence and a conclusive remark, explain what do you think about the commonality. Thank you.