The question and my response are below. Is the Frost quote cited properly and any suggestions would be appreciated:
7. Is there other information about yourself that you consider important which has not been covered in the previous questions?
As I first began toying with the idea of pursuing a Master's degree, I remembered a few lines of Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken:
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
Today I find myself at a crossroad. I have the desire, means and time to pursue the goals I set years ago. I know the level I seek is high, but I believe I can contribute to the academic discourse at this level.
First, let me answer your citation question, and then I'll comment on the response itself.
Titles of poems should be enclosed in quotation marks: "The Road Not Taken" (I've left off sentence punctuation here so as not to be confusing; in your sentence, the colon would be placed after the closing quote marks.) When you quote three or more lines, you do set them off, indented and single-spaced, so your format is correct for the lines you present. (In some circumstances, you would also provide the line numbers for the lines cited, but that is not ...
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