Two Roads Diverged In A Ye
Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Jeremy Johnston on February 21, 2013
Published in Issue 007
Nay. Ellow Wood... And sorry, I could not travel.
And be one t' rave!
Ong is too dand. Look Ed, down one! ...As far as I could.
Here! It bent!
IN. THE UNDERGROWTH
Ok! The other as "just"... as "fair"... AND having perhaps the bet.
(It was grassy)
Ho! Ugh, as for that the...
(Passing the Rehad)
...worn them? ... Really? About the same, and both that morning equally lay!
IN. LEAVES - NO STEP HAD TRODDEN
Oh, I kept the first! For an "other" day! Yet knowing how way. Lead, son!
Ay! I doubt Edi fish...
Ever come back-ish? All bet Elling this...
(with a sigh)
Hereages andages hence!
Na... Wood and I... I took the one Lesstrave led by. And that. has made ALL the difference.