Question: Is there any difference between the two roads as the poet describes them
(i) in stanzas two and three?
(ii) in the last two lines of the poem?
Answer: (i) In stanza two, the poet explains that the only difference between the two was that the one he chose was grassy and wanted wear. It seemed to be less worn out by travellers. However, on second thoughts, it seemed to be equally worn down in a similar manner. However, in stanza three, he says that on that morning, both the roads seemed to be equally covered with the autumn leaves and it seemed no traveller had so far walked the paths.
(ii) In the last two lines of the poem, the poet says that he took the road less travelled by people and that has made all the difference in his journey of life.