Is meaning of one's poetry is really up to the poet himself? Why a poem could have multiple meaning

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Is meaning of one's poetry is really up to the poet himself? Why a poem could have multiple meanings?

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A poem is a piece of writing which depicts the ideas and feelings of the poet. Logically themeaning of ones poetry should always be up to poet himself. The poet writes the poemdepending upon their current situation. Accordingly, they make use of words from their dailylife. But sometimes the meaning of words used in the poem is wrongly misinterpreted by thereader. This happens because of the dual meaning of many English words. Now consider anexample of poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. The first line of the poem mentionsyellow wood. Now the actual meaning is yellow t

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