RIC S. BASTASA


after the trial...


he walks straight to his chambers
remove his black robe

he opens the jalousie window
takes a deep breath in silence

between him and the walls
are the Gumamela petals

deep red at the center and
saturated yellow at each side

Submitted: Friday, February 04, 2011

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