Poet of the River
The Road Not Taken(Thought) - Poem by Poet of the River
A break in the road,
Both ends going on as far as I can see.
The two in front and the one behind me.
A choice I must make, of which path I should take.
Both roughly fare the same,
The two that lie ahead, and that from whist I came.
For these three paths I have seen,
I took that uncharted road in-between, and separate of the three.
A new road apart from the rest, and better suited for me.
And I couldn't have made a better choice.
(Inspired by a famous poet; robert Forest)
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