RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

5241. Sometimes You Wish Someone Will Know The Greatness Of A Poem 8/18/2009
5242. When Finally I Wanted To Rock 8/19/2009
5243. Nude In The Mirror 8/24/2009
5244. What I Like In You 8/24/2009
5245. Explore 8/24/2009
5246. The Ripples In My Mind 8/24/2009
5247. Abstain 8/24/2009
5248. After The Day's Work Is Done 9/3/2009
5249. Moving On Alone 9/3/2009
5250. How Come 9/3/2009
5251. In The Shallow Waters 9/3/2009
5252. A Happy Moment 9/3/2009
5253. Sometimes I Wonder 9/3/2009
5254. Sad Twist Of Fate 9/3/2009
5255. The Moon Is Full Tonight 9/4/2009
5256. There Is Always A Place 9/6/2009
5257. I Keep A Place Where Everything Is Neither Sacred Nor Mundane 9/6/2009
5258. It Is Too Wide And Huge 9/6/2009
5259. In The Room Where We Accidentally Meet 9/6/2009
5260. Falling Out From Grace 9/6/2009
5261. Seeds Of Life 9/6/2009
5262. Do Not Reveal Everything 9/6/2009
5263. At The End: Absurdity 9/6/2009
5264. This Is It, This Must Be 9/6/2009
5265. I Shall Not Look For You 9/6/2009
5266. Fulfillment Of Dreams 9/6/2009
5267. Writ Of Amparo 9/6/2009
5268. A Conversation 9/8/2009
5269. About Li Po In Today's Featured Poem 9/11/2009
5270. You Write Because Of A Certain Purpose 9/11/2009
5271. The Shadows Of The Hills 9/11/2009
5272. At The Point Of Saturation 9/11/2009
5273. The Purpose 9/11/2009
5274. The Finest Glass 9/12/2009
5275. My Home Is Where My Heart Is 9/12/2009
5276. Everything From The Beginning 9/12/2009
5277. A House Full Of Peace 9/12/2009
5278. Here Comes My Silent Prayer 9/12/2009
5279. A Minute Ago 9/12/2009
5280. Re: Cleaning Time 9/13/2009
Best Poem of RIC S. BASTASA

' The Last Dance Of Your Life '

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you don't really have to mind
death
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
life

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

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 ...

Read the full of ' The Last Dance Of Your Life '

Look Antonia

well, antonia
it is a fact of life

the flowers and weeds
alike adore you like you
were the sun in the garden
of eden

the rivers look for you
the mountains like your coming
and leaving

but look antonia
you are still a nobody
you are not the sun

you are still you
and no one knows you here

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