RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

5361. Miss X 9/19/2009
5362. Covered Eyes 9/19/2009
5363. I Come Running 9/19/2009
5364. Deny Me Deny You 9/19/2009
5365. Do I Really Have To Say The Words? 9/19/2009
5366. This Comfort Of Invisibility 9/19/2009
5367. To Myself 9/19/2009
5368. The White China Flower Blooming One Morning 9/19/2009
5369. News From Grace From California (Unedited) 9/19/2009
5370. A New Door 9/20/2009
5371. It Is Us 9/20/2009
5372. On The Surface Of Impenetrable Things 9/20/2009
5373. Upon The Wings Of The Sparrow 9/20/2009
5374. Tonight, Tonight, Another Love Another Promise 9/20/2009
5375. If You Must Love Me 9/20/2009
5376. Honestly Sometimes I Feel Like A Robot 9/20/2009
5377. I Understand Perfectly 9/20/2009
5378. Dancing With Time 9/20/2009
5379. Wooing Summer 9/20/2009
5380. While I Watch You With Desire 9/20/2009
5381. It Is Nice To Know 9/20/2009
5382. A Twist 9/20/2009
5383. Lunch And The Story About Geronimo 9/20/2009
5384. When He Talked About Love It Was Almost Midnight 9/20/2009
5385. Hearing That Song 9/21/2009
5386. Passionate Journey 9/21/2009
5387. Beneath The Lush Of The Nipa Palms 9/21/2009
5388. Beneath The Lush Of The Nipa Palms (2) 9/21/2009
5389. For Dreams That Do Not Come True 9/21/2009
5390. Poets 9/21/2009
5391. A Beautiful Jar 9/21/2009
5392. Independence & Autonomy 9/22/2009
5393. The Last Argument Of The Egg And The Chicken 9/22/2009
5394. On A Blurred Vision 9/22/2009
5395. If You Only Love Me 9/22/2009
5396. Broken 9/22/2009
5397. After The Day's Work Is Done 9/3/2009
5398. Ad Multos Annos 9/16/2009
5399. Ad Perpetuam Memoriam 9/16/2009
5400. Agnus Dei 9/16/2009
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 '

The Sea And You....

we're big enough
to make a decision like
this

when we finally find
it more comforting to be
just with this self

the chatter of the birds

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