The Road Not Taken

What is Robert Frost thinking in his poem The Road Not Taken?

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That even as he makes his choice to take the path less traveled by, he will have a sense of remorse that will follow him (the what-if of the situation). But he also knows, or suggests, that there is no right path, just a choice between two. He is weighing the possibilities of making a choice that will affect him for a lifetime.

He decides after a while to where to go and for future he expects that his decided way should lent him a better life as he could not see the way .And he has chosen a way that is mostly not selected by the people.