Two Roads Di

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

two roads
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
ages and ages 
two roads 
in a wood and i 
took the one less traveled by and 
that has made all the difference