THE CORRIDOR OF TRAVERSAL NOT EMBARKED UPON

2 corridors of traversal did del dot F in a RGB[1,1,0] secondary xylem ,  
My journey in life was not path independant
 
My waiting time lambda was = to T.
 
As path approaches infinity from the left
 
To where curvature K is greatest terminating amid the understory; 


P2 is similar to P1,  
Though perhaps P2 is > P1,  
Because its rate of forb input exceeded output;  
Though as for that the passing there  
dr1/dt ~dr2/dt where dr1/dt is the rate of erosion of path 1 (p1) with respect to time and let dr2/dt be the rate of erosion over time of path two (P2) , 


V(P1)V(P2)=0 Where v is the paths instantaneous velocity
 
Organic O horizons were each at a maximum.  
Traveling P2 is an excercise left for the reader!  
Understanding existance's bifurcation scheme,  
My time here is a monomorphic function in that one input will yield one and only one output. 


I shall be telling this with an emotional exhalation
 
At some point U as t approaches infinity:  
2 corridors of traversal did del dot F in a RGB[1,1,0] secondary xylem, and I—  
I took the one less traveled by,  
C(P)=Any arbitrary subtraction of two terms.
Ah, poetic, but if you were a little lost through any of that here's the translation:
THE ROAD NOT TAKEN
 TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood,   And sorry I could not travel both   And be one traveler, long I stood   And looked down one as far as I could   To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

 Then took the other, as just as fair,   And having perhaps the better claim,   Because it was grassy and wanted wear;   Though as for that the passing there   Had worn them really about the same, 

 And both that morning equally lay   In leaves no step had trodden black.   Oh, I kept the first for another day!   Yet knowing how way leads on to way,   I doubted if I should ever come back. 

 I shall be telling this with a sigh   Somewhere ages and ages hence:   Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—   I took the one less traveled by,   And that has made all the difference. 



1 comment:
I laughed so hard I'm such a litgeek.
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