RIC S. BASTASA
The Need For Drama - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA
let us say, Goliath, finally realized that he
really loves Bathsheba who is now in Chicago finally taking care of the old woman.
Bathsheba sent the rumor that she is now living-in with somebody
and that is the end of their marriage.
Goliath isn't huge at the last, and Bathsheba isn' t that pure anyway.
They lead their own lives now.
As true individuals.
The journey of separate souls
is a big drama.
One does not really like it.
But this happens.
Crying, and then of course at the end,
one gets used to it.
Behind two kissing lips,
the sun rises after.
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