RIC S. BASTASA


entwined Poem by RIC S. BASTASA


of all the words
this is what i like
there is that sense of
unity, that feeling of we are
entwined
like a bond of marriage
like a vine carrying a flower
to the trellis
i like to make it a little
more beautiful like
Cynthia's
intertwined
there is sense of twosome
foursome
eight-some in that word
a trois
something like Mary Poppins
with the kids on the hills
of Austria
singing the edelweiss
oh i remember you
when the three of us
intertwined under a heavy
downpour of rain
and we only
had one umbrella
we were like vines
but i hate to admit it
someone
turned into a snake.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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