Upon observing the road taken: a Revolutionary conTEXTing poem

When the Frost/
had melted/
and she noticed/
where she stood,/
focused,
looked back,/
viewed the wood,/
she smiled. Where she was,/
was good.

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One Response to “Upon observing the road taken: a Revolutionary conTEXTing poem”

  1. Blondie Says:

    She looked at the morn’s thick Frost,/
    and was glad the wood/
    had been so good/
    that she’d risked the cost./
    And knew if she didn’t repeat/
    that heat/
    she’d be lost.

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