Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood A

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Ulysses Alb on February 23, 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 b
                       e
                          n
                             t in the under
                  growth

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