In 24 All-Star Readers on the Words That Rock Their Worlds, Ashton Kutcher reveals that reading his father's poetry allowed him to develop new appreciation for his parent's love.

What Are You Doing

What are you doing, where are you going, what is your five-year plan?
We cannot help you without knowing, then we will understand.

Where are you going, what are you doing, what is your five-year plan?
Handing me a flag, they sent me off to war, and said you'll come back a man.

Where am I at, what am I doing, what is my five-year plan?
Crippled children, burning villages, walking with blood on my hand.

Where are you going, where have you been, what is your five-year plan?
I've been to hell to fight your war, and now I'm back again.

Where are you going, what are you doing, what is your five-year plan?
I'm wiping this blood on your political white shirt, so you will understand.

What are you doing, where are you going, what is your five-year plan?
To heal the suffering I have caused, on my journey to become a man.
—Larry M. Kutcher

Read "Ithaka" by C.P. Cavafy