If Two Roads Diverged In A Wood

I didn’t notice, so intent I was

on the path I was already on.

But both roads were just as fair

and really worn about the same, so

no sigh from me. And no regrets.

 

This poem references one of the best known American poems –  Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” – which I do not read the same way my teachers once taught me it should be understood.

 

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