Blockchain Poem

Inspired by the famous Robert Frost Poem “The Road Not Taken

Two chains diverged in a green-backed world
And sorry I could not spend on both
And be one miner long I stood
And looked down one as far as its value rose
To where it died in obscurity
Then spent on the other, just as fair
And perhaps having the better coin
Because it is holding which I fear
Though as for the securities rising bear
Had made both really about the same
And both that evening equally fell
Which leaves no contract to roll back
Oh, I sold one for a gold
Yet knowing how leverages roll
I doubt if I should ever be bold
I shall be liquidating this with a cry
Somewhere down the Merkle Tree
Two chains diverged in a green-backed world
And that has made all the difference