how men and women sometimes have to go their own to keep from getting hurt. Both the men and women in both of these poems learn something from the situation they were in and will grow from what happened. Judith Oster explains Frost’s poetry in her essay “Frost’s Poetry of Metaphors”. Both poems involve and man and women and how they interact with one another. Metaphors
live as a civilised being or be the opposite and live a life of savegery. The same conflict is challenged in the very well known poem; The Road Not Taken, by Robert Frost. The main theme of this sonnet is conflict, mainly the poets inner-conflict of been given a choice between two roads and not being able to go down both roads. This essay will analyze how both of these texts identify the conflict which is evidentley found in everyone.