RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

6201. They Cannot Harm Anymore 2/7/2010
6202. The Gambler 2/7/2010
6203. Failure Is Not An Option, But It Is A Necessity Sometimes 2/8/2010
6204. Global Climate Change 2/8/2010
6205. In Search For A Better Life 2/8/2010
6206. The Need For Drama 2/8/2010
6207. Looking For A Valentine 2/8/2010
6208. In Search Of The Sensual Pleasures Of Art 2/8/2010
6209. That Other Kind Of Leaving 2/9/2010
6210. Welcome Stranger To Another World 2/9/2010
6211. The Key And The Closing Of The Door 2/9/2010
6212. The King Of The Chairs 2/9/2010
6213. Raindropp On The Eye Of The Wounded 2/9/2010
6214. Time To Drizzle 2/9/2010
6215. Swallowing The Seed 2/9/2010
6216. What Seemingly Is Vis-A-Vis What Really Is 2/9/2010
6217. Sungkilaw Falls 2/9/2010
6218. The Hunger And Thirst Of The Mountain 2/10/2010
6219. The Hunger And Thirst Of The Mountain (2) 2/10/2010
6220. Sub-Language 2/10/2010
6221. The Sweping Sound Early Morning 2/10/2010
6222. I Agree, It Is Not The Word 2/11/2010
6223. Dawn And The Drunkards Still Sing 2/11/2010
6224. This Coming Valentine's Day 2/11/2010
6225. Letting The Grass Grow 2/11/2010
6226. Autistic, Dyslexic 2/11/2010
6227. It Was Your Grace That I Still Love 2/11/2010
6228. Two Things 2/11/2010
6229. The Last Thing To Bring 2/11/2010
6230. When You Read This 2/11/2010
6231. Sad Memory One Autumn 2/11/2010
6232. Ocean Park Hongkong 2/11/2010
6233. Foolish Me? 2/11/2010
6234. Back To You Still My Love 2/11/2010
6235. The Rain By Chappel 2/11/2010
6236. We'Re All Alone 2/11/2010
6237. Heart's Day 2/14/2010
6238. Playing The Games Of The Heart 2/14/2010
6239. For My Secret Love 2/14/2010
6240. To Love And Be Not Loved 2/14/2010
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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