7321. The Serious Poet In Canada 5/6/2010
7322. From The Autobiography Of A Famous Man 2 5/6/2010
7323. Haiku 5/6/2010
7324. Snap 5/6/2010
7325. Prism 5/6/2010
7326. A White Pebble 5/6/2010
7327. Through The Eyes Of The Child 5/6/2010
7328. Your Story 5/6/2010
7329. In My Hard Work 5/6/2010
7330. I Also Like You To Think For Yourself 5/6/2010
7331. Tonight Taj 5/6/2010
7332. Disguised As A Pauper 5/6/2010
7333. In All Situations 5/6/2010
7334. In All Situations (Part Two) 5/6/2010
7335. Tsung We Wie Chiao 5/6/2010
7336. Broken Body But Never The Spirit 5/6/2010
7337. To The Poet Whose Poems We Should Not Have Read 5/6/2010
7338. Going Out To Enjoy The Faces Of Nature 5/6/2010
7339. Hand In Hand 5/6/2010
7340. The New Lady In Town 5/6/2010
7341. Who Does Not Really Want To Write The Best Poem In The World? 5/6/2010
7342. The First Long Rainy Night 5/6/2010
7343. Law And Poetry 5/6/2010
7344. My Humble Request 5/6/2010
7345. Meeting Lao Tzu At The Foot Of Zhingzang Zou 5/6/2010
7346. Meeting Lao Tzu At The Foot Of Zhingzang Zou: I Am Placing The Letter T In Hen, Sorry. 5/6/2010
7347. For Manny V. On His Election Campaign Strategy 5/6/2010
7348. For Richard G. 5/6/2010
7349. For My Dear Eraption 5/6/2010
7350. For Jamby 5/6/2010
7351. For Nicky 5/6/2010
7352. For Jejomar 5/6/2010
7353. For Reyes On His First Attempt 5/6/2010
7354. For Bayani 5/6/2010
7355. For Edu 5/6/2010
7356. For Johnny Come Lately 5/6/2010
7357. For Serge Who Prided That He Passed More Laws Than Any Senator In Senate 5/6/2010
7358. For Mar 5/6/2010
7359. The Reddest Roses 5/6/2010
7360. My Promise To My Dead Mother 5/6/2010

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' 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 '

To Become Still You....

you learn howlife breaks
itself, without anyone teaching
you, it comes at first,
upon a surprise, then it comes
again and again andagain
and all the breaking becomes
all too familiar, and this
becomes your friend, a part
of you.

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