Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Zachery Wood on February 23, 2013
Published in Issue 007

two roads... diverged?
in a yell o' wwood? 
and (sorry) i could not
(travel
both)
 
and, "be one traveler?"
Longi stood 
and looked
down 
on E
 
as Farasi could to,
where it bent in
the undergrowth 
...then? 
took
 
the other as 'just' 
- as 'fair' and 'having' 
perhaps the better 
claim 
be
 
cause it was grassy 
and wanted wear 
though as for 
that (...)
the 
 
passing there had 
worn the M really 
about the same 
and both 
...that
 
morning equally layin'
leaves no step 
had trodden 
black 
...oh 
 
i kept the first for an other 
Dayyet, knowing Howway
leads on to way 
i
do(ubt)
 
Ed, if i should ever 'come'
Backi shall be 
telling this 
with a 
sigh 
 
somewhere, ages and ages 
(hence two) roads
diverged in 
a wood 
and i... 
 

i took the 'oneless',traveled by 

and that
(has) made 
all

         - Thedi Fference