Let us first start by investigating Frost ideas and form of the poem. The first stanza states, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, / And sorry I could not travel both / And be one traveler, long I stood” (Frost, 1.1-3). Frost clearly lets us know he is a lone traveler standing at a point in the road where they separate into the colorful woods which he could not travel down both paths. Frost shows us imagery of what the text says. Frost goes on and says, “And looked down one as far as I could / To where it bent in the undergrowth; (1. 4-5). Frost simply looks as far as he could down one of the roads and could not see past a certain point, so he actually did not know what was ahead. The Road Not Taken is laid out in four stanzas with five lines in each stanza with a rhyme scheme of ABAAB told in first person view as nonfiction.