The Road Not Taken Vs. Mother To Son

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Hughes uses a lot of slang while Frost is rather proper in his word use and sentence structure. But the moral of these two poems are the same. Whether it be a path or a staircase, there is always an easy way out. But taking that easy way might not be the best decision...
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Tough paths take more effort to walk just as tough staircases take longer to climb, but they both build character and that makes it all worth while. Work Cited Frost, Robert. "The Road Not Taken." Literature and the Writing Process. Elizabeth McMahan, Susan X Day, and Robert Funk...
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