Two Roads Dive

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Dom Schwab on February 19, 2013
Published in Issue 007

two roads di-
verged in a
yellow wood and

(sorry i couldnot...)

[travel both and be one, traveler!]

long i stood and
looked down one
as far as

(i couldto)

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 tho!]

ugh, 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 onto way!]

(i doubted if i should ever come back...)

i shall be,
telling this

(with a sigh...)

somewhere,
ages and
ages hence:

two roads di-
verged in a
wood and i

[i!]

took the one
less traveled

(...by...)

and that has
made all the
difference.