The second poem speaks about how this person has a well in between him and his neighbor and how this wall brakes, every spring and it is a mystery because no one has seen or heard anyone break the wall.

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Response by classmate: Andrea
I feel like the first poem the road not taken speaks about how life can be similar to two different paths through a woods. Just like in the woods life sometimes offers you two path and can only travel through one because you are only one person. But sometimes thinking u took the right road because it was grassy unlike the other because it looked better you might just end up realizing both are the same. The second poem speaks about how this person has a well in between him and his neighbor and how this wall brakes, every spring and it is a mystery because no one has seen or heard anyone break the wall. The person mentions to his neighbor the idea of not having a wall in between them when they have nothing that could cause any trouble by not having one, but his neighbor still rebuilds the wall because to him “good fences make good neighbors”.
How does nature inspire thoughts in the individuals who are exposed to it? Well after reading both of these poems, I feel the way nature inspires the ones who are exposed by it, in the way that many things in nature could have symbolism for things that happen to us or life in general. In the second poem the reason the wall mysteriously kept falling in spring is because of nature and nature not wanting a wall to divide these neighbors.
Resources:
Mending Wall
https://acrobat.adobe.com/link/review?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A91206ae8-ac8d-4d8b-9a9d-83681f2e7494#pageNum=1
The Road Not Taken:
https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44272/the-road-not-taken