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What do you think the last two lines of the poem mean? (Looking back, does the poet regret his choice or accept it?)
The poet makes a different choice by choosing the road that was less used by other people which he feels has been responsible for shaping his journey and bringing about a change in his life.
No, he does not regret taking such a decision and instead accepts the reality of the challenging path he chose to walk on.
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