Jonathan Lee Poems
|2.||Another Poem For You||4/23/2016|
|3.||Shaping And Piercing A Convex Mirror With Our Necks||4/28/2016|
|6.||Another Jumpy Haiku Bullfrog?||5/27/2016|
|7.||Haiku Begging For A Moon||5/27/2016|
|8.||Nonconformist Haiku (6) The Real Mystery?||11/10/2014|
|9.||An Inspired And Sad Haiku||1/31/2015|
|10.||The Road Not Taken (On Reading Robert Frost's Poem)||1/11/2014|
The Road Not Taken (On Reading Robert Frost's Poem)
Two roads diverged in a mellow wood.
Rugged paths and uphill roads further ahead.
Dimly or half-hidden, like the wood itself.
Try to glimpse ahead.
But it is beyond disappearing eyes.
Part of my earthly tests.
Part of the riddle:
'Wherever I go, there I am.'
When young, no matter which road I took,
seeking prizes or meeting setbacks,
reversed, chose another road, repeated the cycle,
half-consciously, I carried that heavy Log
of desires, prides, fears, jealousies.
I realized, my feet didn't get to choose.
Rather, that Log came alive, ...