Two Ro

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Rachel Benson on February 18, 2013
Published in Issue 007

two roads diverged
in a yellow wood and sorry
i could not travel both
and be:
one-traveler-long

i stood/and/looked
down -
one as far as i could,

to where it bent
in the undergrowth

then:
took the other
as just as
fair
and
having
- perhaps.

the better claim:
because it was grassy and wanted wear
though as for that the passing,

there had worn them > really
about the same
and both, that morning.
equally.

lay in leaves
no step had trodden
black

oh i kept the first
for another day -
yet,

knowing how

way
leads on
to way

- i doubted if i should ever come back.

i shall be telling this with a sigh.
somewhere.

~ages
and
~ages

hence:
two roads diverged
in a wood and i.. . .. .

i took the one less traveled > by
and that has made all the difference