Indira Renganathan


Thank You Mr.Robert Frost


Thank you Mr.Robert Frost
For 'The road not taken'
That showed me the route..
But a road many travelled taken

Sounding vehicles of noisy, dusty smokiness
A space of all trees felled
And there the lurching, ditching pits
Venturous like your route of 'yellow wood'

True many times trodden on black
This body mine painful to carry
Through the agony of a road black
Still follow you sir, challenging as you say

Along a road of hurdles my life
Everyday waddles towards a temple resort
And I mind not my strife
Thank you Mr.Robert Frost

Submitted: Wednesday, April 23, 2008

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  • Rookie Martin Swords (7/24/2009 3:22:00 AM)

    Indira.....
    Lovely poem based on Robert Frost's 'Road Not Taken'
    'Along a road of hurdles.....', a lovely thought
    Keep travelling on.....thank you
    Martin Swords (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Ahmad Shiddiqi (1/16/2009 5:37:00 PM)

    wonderful tribute to Mr. Frost! ! ! Keep writing! ! !
    Dear, friend.
    Could you read and comment on my “Javanese Poetry” likes Asmaradana (Love Song) , Balabak (Joke) , Dhandhanggula (Best Wishes) , Durma (Anger) , Gambuh (Education) , Girisa (Warning) , Jurudemung (Seduction) , Kinanthi (Womanhood) , Maskumambang (Manhood) , Megatruh (Sadness) , Mijil (Arise) , Pangkur (High Values) , Pucung (Wisdom) , Sinom (Youthful Song) , and Wirangrong (Majestic) , please?
    Could you read and comment too on my “Musical Poems” likes Ballade d'amour, Ballet Rosette, Bay Song, Capriccio Brillante, Cavatina Cabaletta, Children Song, Concerto “Pegasus”, Concerto 'Qilin', Divertimento Espressivo, Etude Magnifique, Garden Song, Harmonies poétiques, Intermezzo Misterioso, Lullaby, Mélodie Antique, Moderato Maestoso, Molto Cantabile, Morning Song, Nocturne fantastique, Prelude Scandalous, Rapsodie Chromatique, Rondo Dolce, Serenata con Grazia, Song To Society, Street Song, Symphony 'Dragon', Symphony 'Miko', and Toccata con Vivacità, please? Could you also read and comment on my last three poems like Lovely St Lucia! ! ! , Batik Java, and Jamu Java, please? Many thanks for your attention and support. (Report) Reply

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