RIC BASTASA


Juliana.... - Poem by RIC BASTASA

on early morning
she walks down the river
leaving all her
coverings on the grass
she wades in the water
naked
as the bamboo trees
bend with the wind
paying homage to her
raw beauty
she plunges into the
cool waters of the river
and the river
takes joy of her body
then she rises
as water drips on her breasts
giving way to her
nipples
as the water cascades down
her abdomen
to her legs

Juliana, the mountain beauty
once i have seen her
under the moon amidst
the trees in the forest
and the virgin hills.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 30, 2010



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