[I have a guest post up at B. A. Wilson Writes today. Becky Wilson provides thoughtful commentary on writing, words and life, and I am pleased to join her with this post. Here’s a bit of the beginning, then click through to read the rest.]
The road less traveled wasn’t. Wasn’t less traveled, that is.
Everyone has heard a motivational speaker, a high school valedictorian, a preacher somewhere, who has used Robert Frost’s poem’s last lines as encouragement to be bold enough to take the road less traveled as that will make all the difference in the world in your life.
That’s not what the poem says, though.
Frost was much more cynical than that. …
[The rest of the piece is over at B. A. Wilson Writes. After reading this, check out Becky’s other pieces.]