Robert Frost said, “Half the world is composed of people who have something to say and can’t, and the other half who have nothing to say and keep on saying it” (1). Frost was letting us know there are choices and opportunities in life we have to make. Life will present many opportunities, we as human beings have to make the right choice in order for us to be successful. Let us examine Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken. Frost’s approach in The Road Not Taken is a new criticism style for his readers to follow a rhyme scheme of ABAAB. The rhymes are firm and manly which some might say the poem is feminist because it presents a masculine “language and literature by exposing how a work reflects masculine ideology” (Delahoyde, 1). Frost’s poem has parts that are considered a feminist poem because of the language of the speaker but it also discusses “the connection between what a text says and the way it’s said” (Biddle and Fulwiler, 75). We will discuss Frost’s ideas and the form along with the logic and how the poem affected the reader.