The closing lines from Robert Frost's poem are typically seen as an anthem of independence. We’ve seen this verse printed on t-shirts, coffee mugs, and refrigerator magnets just to name a few. These words have been borrowed for everything from high-school commencement speeches to product advertisements, to episode titles of over a dozen television series, and more. But Frost's poem isn't actually a paean of bold self-assertion and uniqueness. What is he talking about, then? Keep reading and find out.