TR Jones

TR Jones Poems

41. My Thunderstorm 7/7/2007
42. Nothing Left To Lose 7/7/2007
43. Ode To Kansas 7/7/2007
44. Padre Island 7/7/2007
45. Peace Found In Slumber 7/7/2007
46. The Pirate 7/7/2007
47. The Shepard 7/7/2007
48. Songs From Another Day 7/7/2007
49. Spring At Last 7/7/2007
50. Waiting 7/7/2007
51. Away 7/9/2007
52. Packing And Stuffing 4/23/2008
53. Born Anew 4/23/2008
54. As My Heart Rots 5/26/2008
55. Hoodwinked 5/29/2008
56. Love In A Bottle 5/29/2008
57. Too Deep 7/7/2007
58. Up And Down 7/7/2007
59. She Is Fading 7/7/2007
60. The Teenage Years 7/7/2007
61. The Abandoned Shack 7/7/2007
62. A Smile, A Frown 7/7/2007
63. Sunlike Clockwork 7/7/2007
64. Bad Endings, Never Ending 7/7/2007
65. Inside 7/7/2007
66. Where Do We Go From Here 7/7/2007
67. Considerate 7/7/2007
68. Thanks Children 7/7/2007
69. You Remind Me Of 7/7/2007
70. Used Car Lot 7/7/2007
71. One Year Ago Today 7/7/2007
72. Two Roads Diverge In A Yellow Wood 7/7/2007

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  • Richard John Wathen Richard John Wathen (7/7/2007 12:47:00 PM)

    A new star has risen

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Best Poem of TR Jones

Two Roads Diverge In A Yellow Wood

Two roads diverge in a yellow wood
And there I have stood
Right where Mr. Frost once was
In this same spot I take a pause
Because both roads have never been used
And the road to here has been abused
But each road before me is dark and unknown
I don't want to continue on this path alone
So which road is the best choice for me
And which is littered with the least debris
The debris of my own battered and torn heart
This road is always tearing it apart
But now of these two roads before me
Which of these roads will guarantee
A happy passage with the least ...

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A New Beginning

Right now its Thursday night
And my future is looking bright
On this day I hope for luck
Not the kind when you find a buck
But the kind when you get the girl
And you decide to give it a whirl
I can come away from this two ways
Sad and sulky and alone for days
Or finally happy and completed

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