(i) In stanza two, the poet explains that the only difference between the two roads was that the road he took had a better claim because it was covered with grass and not much travellers seemed to have used that path. Besides this, both the roads had been equally worn down by the passersby travelling on them.
In stanza three, the poet puts forward his observation that both the roads were equally covered with leaves on which no one seemed to have stepped.
(ii) In the last two lines of the poem, the poet says that there is a difference between the two roads and conveys the message that he took the decision of travelling on the less used path and it is this decision which made a substantial difference to his life and experience.
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