641. Moving In Circles 4/23/2008
642. If Your Papa Remarried At 80 Be Glad 4/23/2008
643. Awesome! 4/23/2008
644. That Reunion On The Merry Month Of May 4/23/2008
645. Save The Zzzs, For My Friend Who Cannot Sleep Tonight 4/23/2008
646. Dear Candice, 4/23/2008
647. Katrini 4/23/2008
648. When We Reach The Mountaintop 4/23/2008
649. While Waiting For You 4/23/2008
650. You Belong There, You’re Out Of Here Anymore 4/23/2008
651. I Mean You 4/23/2008
652. So You Are Back Reading This Poem Again 4/23/2008
653. Words Like Bombs Do Explode 4/23/2008
654. One Small Victory 4/23/2008
655. Here Comes The Morning Sun 4/23/2008
656. Did You Have A Sound Sleep Last Night? 4/23/2008
657. How I Have Lived And Thrived In My Parent's Nice Front Yards 4/23/2008
658. Tarts And Warts 4/23/2008
659. A Beef Steak 4/23/2008
660. On Some White Corpuscles 4/23/2008
661. Do Not Forget The Sad Times 4/23/2008
662. As You Look Deep Into The Mirror 4/24/2008
663. Mutual Itch One Lonely Night 4/24/2008
664. The Wife Of Our Chinese Neighbor 4/20/2008
665. Time Runs Fast To A Person Who Loves 4/22/2008
666. How Do You Expect This Kite To Fly In The Wind? 4/22/2008
667. She Needs A Jealous Man 4/22/2008
668. I Guess You Can Say That I Am Hungry 4/22/2008
669. A Few Words Of Praise 4/22/2008
670. Oh That's Right You'Re Just Another Girl 4/22/2008
671. Receive What Ye Shall Ask 4/22/2008
672. Life Is An Adjective 4/22/2008
673. The Most Visible Mask 4/22/2008
674. Charles Bukowski 4/22/2008
675. Erections, Elections, No Objections 4/22/2008
676. Penumbral Grace 4/22/2008
677. Cuculus Canorus 4/22/2008
678. Believe Me 4/24/2008
679. If You Wait For Better Metaphors 4/24/2008
680. Touch Of Class 4/24/2008
Best Poem of RIC S. BASTASA

' 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 ...

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

Fiesta De La Vida

Hey amigas
Viva la vida
Fiesta la vida
Cantandos amigos
Viva la vida

Dance, dance
Sway your hands
Touch the ceiling

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