Biography of Ryan Lee
Ryan currently lives in Houston, TX. He's married to Lisa Wilson Lee and they have two sons - Jeffrey and Nicholas. He's a teacher and football coach. Ryan enjoys reading, writing, and following sports. He's a big New Orleans Saints and LSU Tigers fan. He also likes Notre Dame Fighting Irish football. Ryan writes poems, short stories, and he's currently working on a manuscript. One of his many aspirations is to get published one day. His main ambition is to try and become a better writer each and every day.
Ryan Lee Poems
Stop The Bullies
Stop the bullies from prowling around school. Tormenting kids just to be cool. Stand up for what is right. And keep these cowards far from sight.
You Will Rise Again
You’re down, but it won’t be for long. Because your will is great, and your faith is strong. Life is tough; you must take your shots. Your nerves get frazzled and your stomach in knots.
The Overwhelming Feeling Of Home
I used to feel the overwhelming feeling of home. The feeling you get from a place where you grew up. A place where you first did this and you first did that. A place where you seem to know everybody, everything,
A Teacher's Poem
The students before me will they finish school and go to college. Will they have the maturity or will they have the knowledge? Some act like they don’t care or is that the way it may seem.
She Lives On
She lives in the sound of church bells ringing on the hour and in the sound of blue jays chirping in the yard. She lives on.
N'Awlins State Of Mind
Saints on Sunday and a familiar buzz. Seeing familiar faces saying, “Where Y’at Cuz? Walking in the Quarter on a warm, spring day. The bands and the music and all the jazz that they play.
Autumn Saturday In South Bend
Oh how I love that golden dome; it gives me a feeling like I’m close to home. Game day arrives and the leaves are brown. Playing of the Victory March is a joyous sound.
Longing For School Days
I miss seeing students in the crowded hall. Longing for football games in the fall. Passion and enthusiasm to make an impact. Patience to keep my sanity intact.
In The Moment
Live in the moment and not in the past. Life is too short and it moves too fast. The future can be promising; but it can scare you to death So enjoy the present and take a deep breath.
Chalmette Monument Memories
A breath of fresh air and a walk in the park. An early evening stroll before it would get dark. A chance to gather my thoughts and get a peace of mind. For days that would get rough and not be too kind.
So excited to be vacation bound. Smell the salty, breeze off the sound. White sand beaches glaring bright. Waves crashing day and night.
Nostalgic feelings about this memorable ground. Neighbor’s voices were a welcome sound. Our family lived there for thirty years. A place of laughter and a few tears.
I worked there for many years; until it was destroyed by a storm. I felt the pain and cried the tears. Life now has a different norm.
A Spirit Never Dies
Death can cause grief and never ending cries. It takes a while for the pain to go away. But remember a spirit never dies.
Nostalgic feelings about this memorable ground.
Neighbor’s voices were a welcome sound.
Our family lived there for thirty years.
A place of laughter and a few tears.
Up and down the street I would roam.
Always knowing my way back home.
Christmas lights were a wonderful sight.
Trick-or-treaters strolling on Halloween night.