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Monster.com commercial - Little Girl
On the monster.com commercial where all the people on the street are reciting that poem, (I can't for the life of me remember what the poem is named or the author). Anyway, they show a woman reciting the poem and then a little girl holding the woman's hand. However, in the next shot, the little girl is holding the hands of other kids.
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Anonymous on 02-08-2000
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zilly14 writes:
the poem is Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken". Great poem. Last year in 9th grade we read it in my English class.
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SlipUpSpecialist writes:
Many people argue that the name of the poem is "The Road Less Traveled By" but they have no clue what they are talking about. It is true, in the context of the poem those 5 words are used, but they are not the title. Villy is right. The title is "The Road Not Taken" by: Robert Frost. As for the whole hand thing. You got me.
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The Tizzinatrix writes:
Actually, if you watch, she isn't holding the woman's hand. There is a head that passes by that you can't see and a few seconds later you see the quoting girl's face...granted it is a short time to show her face with the number of girls that are supposed to be passing, but she isn't the one holding the woman's hand.
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twounknown writes:
It was Robert Frost.
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Irish writes:
Actually, the name of that Frost piece was "The Path Less Travelled" or something like that. :-)
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