The poem, "The Road Not Taken,"chronicles the speaker walking through the woods, and coming across a fork in the road. The speaker recounts his decision, and concludes contentedly that he made the right decision, his decision had made all the difference.  However, in a closer look, he is not really as content as he appears to be.
 
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