Favorite Travel Poetry

Robert Frost (1874-1963) is one of my favorite poets, perhaps because his at-first-glance simple words carry so much more meaning than you first imagined.

His familiar “The Road Not Taken”, likely inspired by his rural New England ties, strikes a chord with the lone traveler. Or is the poem about one-time choices and the peculiar arc of our lives? Or death and dying? I’ll let you decide.