The act of taking another road in the woods was a symbolic significant gesture by the poet. The speaker is reflecting on the incident. It is human nature to wonder about the possibility of taking a particular choice. It is evident in the poem that there is a sense of self satisfaction that is observed in the portrayal of the words of the poet. A constant revising and introspection of the activities is done by the author. The poet tries to make himself feel satisfied for making a particular choice. There is a big “if” that is hidden in the portrayal. The ambiguity in the interpretation of how the poet feels is made clear in the presentation of the poem. This is an observation of the human emotions and how people often look back wonder about the other stand. In this notion, The Road Not Taken is a critical poem that is found to misinterpret the poem of the benefits of free thinking and not adhering to the crowd. Frost intention was to comment about the indecision and finding the meaning in one of the most inconsequential decisions. Yet certain seemingly inconsequential has a profound impact in the lives of the people. This theory is evident in the portrayal. This also showcases the irony of life and how certain small events has the tenacity to shift the direction of life.