441. She Likes A Dimmer 4/19/2008
442. It Is Funny 4/19/2008
443. The First Woman 4/20/2008
444. The Second Woman 4/20/2008
445. The Third Woman 4/20/2008
446. A Scalpel 4/20/2008
447. Reincarnation 4/20/2008
448. Time And Light And Human Memory 4/20/2008
449. If This Ends 4/20/2008
450. On A Perfect Day 4/19/2008
451. Some Whistles 4/19/2008
452. My Little Playful Monkeys 4/19/2008
453. She Wins This Time 4/20/2008
454. Morning, Noon And Nighttime 4/20/2008
455. Emily Asks Me Write A Poem About Women 4/20/2008
456. On The Shore 4/20/2008
457. For The Meantime 4/20/2008
458. Facticity 4/20/2008
459. An Index Of Racism For Your Reference 4/20/2008
460. Birth Of Art 4/20/2008
461. A Poem For Wantok About Loneliness 4/20/2008
462. So What Are You Doing With Your Life Now? 4/20/2008
463. Something In Me Does Not Rest 4/20/2008
464. Finally She Asks If I Am Sick And Dying 4/20/2008
465. My Parents Are Wrong 4/20/2008
466. I Am Rude 4/20/2008
467. Write To Me In Simplicity 4/20/2008
468. Do Not Complicate Love 4/20/2008
469. On This Silly Hill 4/20/2008
470. When You Write. 4/20/2008
471. At Two O’clock In The Afternoon 4/20/2008
472. The Rain Falls To This Pond 4/20/2008
473. The Fruits On The Table 4/20/2008
474. A Sensual Scribble 4/20/2008
475. She Is Sleepless, She Is Probing 4/20/2008
476. You Are Into A Relationship 4/20/2008
477. I Am The Most Ordinary Person That You Meet On The Street 4/20/2008
478. Recent Instructions From Noel 4/20/2008
479. Results Of The Poemhunter Poetry Contest For 2008 4/20/2008
480. There’s A New Breeze Coming 4/20/2008

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' The Last Dance Of Your Life '


you don't really have to mind
what power do you have for it

when it comes
it comes
none can prevent it
from sitting beside you

the doctors are honest
and sometimes
too stupid to give you a promise
for another extension of

a hope that poisons the mind instead
and makes
our recent stand rigid and

for those who have seen the light
on one hand
sees death as
a welcome experience
in fact a festivity
another coming experience
another full moon
at the bay

another ...

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just like anything that you did in the past
you started like
gasoline spilled
on the cemented road
and a matchstick lighted
it and the fire ran
like a will o'wisp
but as usual it was

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