Issue 007 · February 2013

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Introduction

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Two

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Angela Washko on February 18, 2013

 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 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 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

T

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Alyssa Roman on February 17, 2013

two roads di
verged in a yell
ow
wood and sorry
i could not travel
both and be
one trave
ler, long i stood

and looked
d o w n o n e a s f a r a s i c o u l d t o w h e r e i t b e n t
in the undergrowth_______________

then took the other
as just as
f:air and having perhaps the better claim
because it was grassy
and wanted
wear though
as for that, the passing... there
had worn them
really <3

about the same
and both that morning
equally lay in le, aves
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 di verged in a wood and i

i took the one less traveled by and that has made all the di fference

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood An

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Matt Takaichi on February 23, 2013

Two roads diverg-
                         E=====D~
…In a yellow                       
                          wood

AND, 
                          (sorry)
I could not travel both and be one traveler long. I st─
                          (o)(o) =D 
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 gr─                  
                           ass
(y?!?!) 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 doubt─       
                            E=====D~~   
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 made all the difference.

Two Roads Diverged in a Yel

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by August Smith on February 21, 2013

     “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood and sor-ry! 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 :D )) “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.” :P
     --------------------------------------------------------
     *and that has made all the difference

Two Roads D

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by KidSyc on February 18, 2013

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 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.........................................
 
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.

Two Roads

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Beach Sloth on February 18, 2013

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 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!
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

Two Roads Diver

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Blake Russell on February 19, 2013

                 two 'roads' di-verged 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 per-haps the 'better' claim
be-cause 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
           l    a    y         i    n         l    e    a    v    e    s
                                                                              (no step)
                                                                            had trodden
                                      BLACK*
                                                                               OH? i...
    "kept the first for an                                     other
          day / yet knowing how... way leads on to way," /
                                                                      i doubted, "if i
                            should /  e     v      e      r
    come back...?"
                    i shall be telling this with a sigh / somewhere
             a    g    e    s         a    n    d         a    g    e    s
                                                                                  hence
                          two 'roads' di-verged in a * wood and
                                                                  "i...?"
                                                                    "...i...!
                                                                          took the one"
                                                                     (less traveled by)
                                                                                      /
         (and) t-h-a-t
         (has) m-a-d-e
                                         <all>
               t   h    e    d    i    f    f    e    r    e    n    c    e

Two Road

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Will Neibergall on February 18, 2013

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 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 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!

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And Sorr

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Kcirred Reswob on February 25, 2013

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 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

#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

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Caden Lovelace on February 22, 2013

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
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
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

Two Roads Dive

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Dom Schwab on February 19, 2013

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.

Two Roads Di

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Earl Rose on February 18, 2013

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 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
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

Tw

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Leah Malinowski on February 18, 2013

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 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 layin’ 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

Two Roads Diverged In A Yell

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Chris Barker on February 21, 2013

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 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, 
                   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.

Two Roads Diverged I

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Ike Eisenhower on February 21, 2013

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Two Roads Diverged In A Ye

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Jeremy Johnston on February 21, 2013

TWORO
Ads diver?

GEDI
Nay. Ellow Wood... And sorry, I could not travel.

BOTH
And be one t' rave!

LERL
Ong is too dand. Look Ed, down one! ...As far as I could.

TOW
Here! It bent!

 

 

IN. THE UNDERGROWTH

 

THENTO
Ok! The other as "just"... as "fair"... AND having perhaps the bet.

TERCLA
I'm because...

(It was grassy)

...AND want.

EDWEART
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

 

BLACK
Oh, I kept the first! For an "other" day! Yet knowing how way. Lead, son!

TOW
Ay! I doubt Edi fish...

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Ever come back-ish? All bet Elling this...

(with a sigh)

So?

MEW
Hereages andages hence!

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GEDI
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Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood A

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Ulysses Alb on February 23, 2013

                              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

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wo

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Keller Anderson on February 22, 2013

Two roads
            Div/erged 
          in a  y e l l o w  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
                     g’r’a’s’s’y 
   and wanted wear.. though as for that the passing
there had worn them really
 about the same 
        and both that morning equally lay in
                 l       a       e
                      e      v       s
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

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And So

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Arjun Ram Srivatsa on February 27, 2013

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 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 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

Two Roads Diverged In A Y

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Leo Stillinger on February 21, 2013

/////////////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 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 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.

/////****\\\\\

Two Roads Div

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Daniel Handelman on February 18, 2013

   TWO       ROADS
                         dive               rged
                      in               a
                  YELLOW               WOOD
                                      and
                                                  
    s    :o(     r    r    y
                                   
                                                 
                 i
            could                      
                        not            
                                    travel
                                                  both
                                                            and
                                                                      be
                                     one  
 
                                      .   
                                      t
                                      r
                                      a
                                      v
                                      e
                                      l
                                      e
                                      r
                                      .
 
      L O N G I STOOD AND L OO KED DOWN O NE AS FAR AS I COULD TO WHERE IT BE NT IN THE
         
                     U           D           R           R           W           H  
                          N           E           G           O           T     
 
 
 
thentooktheother,
thoughasthat      asjustasfair,
                  thepassingthere    andhavingperhapsthebetterclaim,
                                     hadwornthemreally        becauseitwasgrassyandwantedwear;
                                                              aboutthesame,
 
ANDboththatmorningequally   ???????? = ????????   layinleavesnostephadtroddenBLACK.
      
       !!!!!!!                                          
       oh i kept                                        (thefirstfor)
       another day                                      (yetknowing)
       how way                                          (leadsonto)
       way i                                            (doubtedif)
       i should                                         (evercomeback)
        !!!!!!!                                          
 
                                                  i shall be telling this with a sigh
                                                  somewhere [<{AGES & AGES}>] hence:
 
  TWO       ROADS
                     dive               rged
                   in               a
                W^^^^^^^^^^^^^o^^^^^^^^^O^^^^^^^D
                                                   andI--tooktheonelesstraveledby,
                                                   andthathasmadeallthedifference 
             
                                                                                 .
                                              

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And S

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Nathan Marsh on February 23, 2013

          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 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, 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."

Two Roa

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Nikola Stevanović on February 18, 2013

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/// In a yellow wood....                                                     .\
\\\ And sorry I could not travel both and be one traveler long!!             .|
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  //\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\/\\
 \\\ 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 :).                   .|
  \\/\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\\//\//
   th                   o                                  U                 gh
   as                    f                                  O                 rt
    ha                    t                                 T                 he
   pa                    s                                   S                 in
  gt                    h                                  A                 dw
   or                    n                                  T                 he
   mr                   e                                  A                 ll
    ya                    b                                  O                 ut
   th                    e                                  S                am
   ea                    n                                 D                 bo
   th                   t                                  H                 at
  mo                    r                                  N                 in
   ge                    q                                  U                 al
    ly                    l                                 A                 yi
    nl                    e                                  A                 ve
    sn                   o                                  S                 te
  ph                    a                                  D                 tr
   od                    d                                  E                 nb
   la                    c                                  K                 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.|
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Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Woo

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Noah Regrets on February 22, 2013

two roads

                                      dive                 /
rged

                                                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
  • too). k 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

        dive          /         rged
                                                                    in a wood and i

                           (i      took the one less traveled by)

                        and that has made all the difference

Two Roads Diverg

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Penny Goring on February 19, 2013

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,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,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!

Two R

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Matthew Terrell on February 18, 2013

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 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 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)

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And Sor

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Mauzy Virginia on February 26, 2013

tworoadsdiverge dinayellow woodandsorryico
uldnottravelbo  thandbeone  travelerlongis
toodandlooked   downoneasf   arasicouldtow
hereitbentin    theundergr    owththentook
theotherasj     ustasfaira     ndhavingper
hapsthebet      terclaimbe      causeitwas
grassyand       wantedwear       thoughasf
orthatth        epassingth        erehadwo
rnthemr         eallyabout         thesame
andbot          hthatmorni          ngequa
llyla           yinleavesn           ostep
hadt            roddenblac            kohi
kep             tthefirstf             ora
no              therdayyet              kn
o               winghowway               l
eadsontowa
y                idoubted                i
fi                should                ev
erc                omeb                ack
isha                ll                bete
lling                                thisw
ithasi                              ghsome
whereag                            esandag
eshencet                          woroadsd
ivergedin                        awoodandi
itooktheon                      elesstrave
ledbyandtha                    thasmadeall
the   difference

Two Roads Diverged In

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Moon Temple on February 21, 2013

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 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                              ~~
                                    ~~
                                    ~~                              
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

 

Two Roads Diverged In A Yello

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Lil Ashton on February 22, 2013

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 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 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".

Two Ro

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Rachel Benson on February 18, 2013

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 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.
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

Two Roads Diverged In A

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Sarah Jean Alexander on February 21, 2013

T W O R O A D S D I V E R G E D I N A Y E L L O W W O O D

A N D S O R R Y I C O U L D N O T T R A V E L

B O T H A N D B E O N E T R A V E L E R L O N G

I S T O O D A N D L O O K E D D O W N

• • • • • •

one (1). as far as i could

to (2.) where it bent in the undergrowth then took

the (3.) other as just as fair and having perhaps the better claim because it was grassy and wanted wear though as

for (4.) 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 T O O K T H E O N E L E S S T R A V E L E D B Y A N D T H A T H A S
M A D E A L L T H E D I F F E R E N C E

 

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow W

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Rachel Pattycake Bell on February 22, 2013

two roads diverged.
in a yell, “ow! 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 Theo T.
Hera’s just as fair (and having perhaps the better claim)
because it was grassy and wanted.
 
we =art.
 
(houghasforthatthepassingth-)
 
ere 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 doubt.
 
Ed,
if i should ever come back i shall be telling this with a sigh somewhere ages and ages hence.
two roads diverge.
din,
a wood,
and i.
I took the one less traveled by and that has made all the difference.

Two Roads Diverge

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Shane Jesse Christmass on February 19, 2013

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 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 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

Two Roads Diverged

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Lexi Roberts on February 20, 2013

two
 roads
    diverged
      inayellowwood
            andsorry
              icouldnot
             travelboth
             andbeonetraveler
                          longistood
                           andlookeddown
                                     oneasfarasicould
                                       towhereit
                                            bent
                                             intheundergrowth
                                                thentooktheother
                                                   asjustasfair
                                                       andhavingperhaps
                                                             thebetter
                                                              claimbecause
                                                               itwasgrassy
                                                                      andwanted
                                                                         wearthoughasfor
                                                                             that
                                                                           thepassingthere
                                                                             hadwornthemreally
                                                                                  aboutthesame
                                                                                  andboththat
                                                                              morning
         (equally)                                                           layinleaves
                                                                       nostephadtrodden
                                                                  blackohikeptthe
                                                             firstforanother
                                                           dayyetknowing
                                                        howwayleads
                                                      ontoway
                                                   idoubtedifi
                                          shouldevercomeback
                                       ishallbetelling
                                  thiswithasigh
                         somewhereagesand
                    ageshencetworoads
                      divergedin
               awoodandiitook
        theonelesstraveled
      byandthathas
    madeallthe
   difference

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Zachery Wood on February 23, 2013

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

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Anthony Antonellis on February 22, 2013

tworoadsdivergedinayellowwoodandsorryicouldnot
Travelbothandbeonetravelerlong,
istoodandlooked
downoneasfarasicouldtowhereitben't
intheundergrowththentooktheotherasjustasfairandhavingperh
apsthebetterclaimbecauseitwasgrassyandwantedwearthoughasf
orthatthepassingtherehadwornthemreallyaboutthesameandboth
thatmorningequallylayinleavesnostephadtroddenblackohikept
thefirstforanotherdayyetknowinghowwayleadsontowayidoubted
ifishouldevercomebackishallbetellingthiswithasighsomewhe
reagesand
ageshencetworoadsdivergedinawoodandiitooktheoneles
straveledbyandthathasmade
allthedifference

Two Roads Diverged In A Yellow Wood And Sorry

Written by Robert Frost on January 1, 1916
Arranged by Jayinee Basu on February 23, 2012

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 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
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.