RIC S. BASTASA
You Come Spontaneously - Poem by RIC S. BASTASA
you come like morning light
i have nothing to pay for
you come like a routine
i have no surprise anymore
you come like a spontaneous
friend, we talk without a script
we worry none for words to speak
we suffer none of this unnecessary
silence between breaks when
God is supposed to pass between
us: we have more imagination
than realities, we touch more
what our hands cannot hold.
we have nothing to lose if
God does not know how to speak.
you come like the wind
so unexpected like the sea breeze
you arrive without a consideration
nothing of the asking if you are late
or early like a friend from abroad
there is always that feeling of joy.
my friend welcome, please sit down
and be at home. I am more of a soul.
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