RIC S. BASTASA


What They Say We Cannot Do, Actually Can Be Done - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA

and the formula is:
believe in yourself
no one believes for you
have faith
determination is a river
taking the least resistance
of the cliffs
and mountains

pray for wings
pray for the gift of the wings of the winds
have silence in the solitude of your heart
be calm like a sea after a storm
be good like a monk waiting for enlightenment
be fair
like a water leveling on the contours of the hills and plains
be like the grass
always spreading its own understanding
of the world
at hand.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 3, 2010



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