This morning I read a post by Erin over at ” this would make a great story ”
Robert Frost’s Road Not Taken is one of the first poems I read that made any kind of sense to me at all. It was the first time that structure, purpose, and cadence were more than concepts on a page.
At the moment I’m in the middle of a long, strange trip.
But who isn’t?
In what life is there a static achievement that allows us to Stop. And Never Change. It comes back to the questions that we ask ourselves, in action and in word.
Two questions diverge on the precipice of Change,
I wonder which I should choose, and look down to see as far as I can what the answers might be,
But there is no way to know.
I chose the one less asked and that has made all the difference.