This poem reminded me of that poem "Two Paths in the Woods" or something like that by Frost.
The grammer here is off...
Also in this part, you don't need the word "freaking"
"wrong freaking way”
Other than that, i thought that this was about meeting the devil at first and choosing the "good" path. Then i read on and realized that the man was just trying to get the character to go the right way.
The only thing i'd suggest changing is the evil laugh part. It adds to the idea that you're meeting the devil at a split in the road instead of a man who's holding the world on his shoulders...