Some critics might say Frosts logic in The Road Not Taken is an indistinct poem that lets the reader to think about choices in life. The road is a symbol that signifies the journey of life that has an end point. There will be times in life when a choice has to be made. Frost had to make a choice between being a teacher and a poet. He also understood the difference was between reality and fancy. In the Road Not Taken, he reflects over which talent to follow. He later came to the assumption that he could be a teacher in poetry and makes his own route to. The true meaning behind The Road Not Taken is choice: how one decision can change a person’s entire life. Frost chose one path over another, and that, he says, “has made all the difference.” Frost is choosing between departing paths in nature, this is a metaphor of choice for choosing between different directions in life. The fork in the road is symbolic of the choice the speaker has to make about his life. Each path corresponds to a different direction his life may take, so he has to choose carefully.