Two Roads Diverged. . .
Although it has been called The Most Misread Poem In America, this is not a discussion of The Road Not Taken or the works of Robert Frost. I used the opening words of that famous Frost poem as part of an original speech for a junior high school competition many years ago. I don't have much memory of the contents.
As a thirteen-year-old, I also don't recall the reasons why I chose the words of Frost to include in that speech but they have likely changed. I imagine, right?
While the span of time is significant, the idea of evolving thoughts is one we are likely familiar. Not only does time change but so do we, our roles in life and our situations.
It need not be a long journey. Much can be achieved along a short path as well. So I pull away from the computer screen and take a break. Yes, it's time for more pondering.
Now, that's a familiar route for me where many thoughts have been known to make their presence known for the first time as well as those which can be more common. It's a good mixture. For me.
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