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Two Roads
by Paul Leaman

I came upon two roads that day,
And peering through the haze,
Straining to see what lie ahead
Through lights last fleeting rays.

Oh which of the twain shall I go,
To the left or to the right?
Both led through the darken wood
And soon would be the night.

With much thought
I considered each way,
With both before me
They equally lay.

Then I observed
The one was travel worn,
To the right and left
There, flowers adorn.

It seemed at first
The better way,
Should I venture thereon
Without delay?

Then came that gnawing
Upon my heart.
Take the road less traveled
And quickly depart.

Ah yes, this road I now take
Has cause me many a trial.
But, has made a great
Difference, mile after mile.

© by Paul H. Leaman

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