Using the topic posted above, write a complete essay.

TOPIC: Connect “The Road not Taken” to a choice that you have had to make in life.
Using the topic posted above, write a complete essay. (I want it to relate to my high school journey of letting friendship go) It must be at least 5 paragraphs in length (and 1 1/2 pages in length), but you must connect to the entire poem, so more paragraphs/ length may be needed. Even though 5 paragraphs is the minimum length, you need to explain the entire poem in relation to your life.
Again, your topic is to connect “The Road not Taken” to a choice that you have had to make in life.
When selecting your choice, remember that it can be only one specific life-changing choice that you had to make. You must explain this specific choice. When you are making connections, please refer specifically to the poem. In other words, you are not simply telling me a story about your life. You have to make specific references to parts of the poem and how those parts relate to your life. This must be done throughout your entire essay (every body paragraph). Your thesis must express the specific decision that you had to make. Your topic sentences must mention you or you decision and the poem.
—You must also use quotations. Please see below on how to do that.
How to quote poetry:
Mark breaks in short quotations of verse with a slash /, at the end of each line of verse: (a space should precede and follow the slash). At the end of the citation, you will put the line numbers.
Cullen concludes, “Of all the things that happened there / That’s all I remember” (11-12).
DO NOT use large chunks of a poem.

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