RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

6641. Ironic (5) 2/11/2013
6642. Just Thinking 2/11/2013
6643. Two Slices Of Apple (2) 2/12/2013
6644. Two Slices Of Apple 2/12/2013
6645. Heaps 2/12/2013
6646. Coping Up Mechanisms 2/12/2013
6647. I Do Not Wish To Understand You 2/12/2013
6648. Towards The Right Attitude 2/23/2013
6649. And Then The Quiet 2/23/2013
6650. The Way You Describe Greed 2/23/2013
6651. Brothers In Sabah 2/23/2013
6652. The Way Nature Makes Love 2/23/2013
6653. Riddle Of Marie 2/23/2013
6654. The Unknowing Giver 2/24/2013
6655. The Law That Keeps You Intact 2/24/2013
6656. When Imagination Comes True 2/24/2013
6657. A Simple Life In The Cottage By A Hill 2/25/2013
6658. What Have We Become In This Technological Advances? 2/25/2013
6659. Because The Pain Is Still There 2/25/2013
6660. Remember This 2/25/2013
6661. An Elocution Of Preparedness 2/25/2013
6662. Mutual Fondness 2/26/2013
6663. At Anytime.... 2/26/2013
6664. Morning Inventions 2/26/2013
6665. The Coin Inside My Shoes.... 2/26/2013
6666. Upon The Islands Of Compromises 2/26/2013
6667. For Anna.... 2/26/2013
6668. ....But Perfection 3/1/2013
6669. ...In The Circle Of Life 3/1/2013
6670. ..Hands As Chains 3/1/2013
6671. ...In This Stay Of Sanity 3/1/2013
6672. ...Some Thoughts Of History 3/1/2013
6673. Typhus Feathers 3/1/2013
6674. ...An Insane Man 3/1/2013
6675. Traveler, Vagabonder 3/8/2013
6676. Restrained, Subdued, Standstill River 3/8/2013
6677. And So I Just Watch And Never Ask To Take One 3/8/2013
6678. Siatchon? 3/8/2013
6679. The Tiny Bird Indecisive On My Lap 3/8/2013
6680. Back Into The Arms Of My Arms 3/8/2013

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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 '

Only To Be Miserable

how is it that everyday you
do what you do not really want doing
but just the same you do it.

call it a mandate of society.
call it law and you are its servant.

call it an appointment, the one which
you wished, prayed for and prayed so hard all along

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