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RIC S. BASTASA


Conversations of Tess and her light and my darkness


i
Come to the light
And let yourself be known
Shine

ii
I live in the dark
I glow there
I am not visible
In your light

iii
Do take pride
About light
I will take
Darkness

iv
I have seen your light
It still looks dark to me


v
No, go out
See the light
And be uplifted


vi
Ah, I bask in the light
Of my poetry
There is enough moonlight
For me

Submitted: Tuesday, April 08, 2008
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