But, I don't find that photograph worth staring at since the road is diving the photo into two halves and thus removing any tension.
Is that your own personal feeling? Or is it with no exception something that would be repulsive or not interesting?
If you refer to composition rules, one of the compositions rules is saying you should break those composition rules in order to achieve interesting or creative outputs.
If we are referring now ONLY to this picture, and the only problem here would be the road splitting the picture in half and since the picture is not showing either a top end neither a bottom end of the scene (skies or whatever would be at the bottom of the depth), you could just crop the picture or re-compose while taking the shot to have the road at 1/3 of the picture (and follow the standards).
One other thing you could do, is create a vertical panorama out of more shots
Cropping this very picture a bit differently would also dramatically change the perception of the viewer. Tuning the contrast, levels, saturation would also contribute to the visual impact.
Is this version any better from your point of view?