RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

8161. The Passion 6/9/2010
8162. Three Things 6/9/2010
8163. The First Rain 6/9/2010
8164. Listening To Mozart Looking Over The Window Of The House 6/9/2010
8165. Mozart On My Ribs 6/9/2010
8166. A Food Called Cesarini 6/8/2010
8167. For Simone 6/8/2010
8168. Those Gloria Days 6/8/2010
8169. The Last Donkey 6/8/2010
8170. When A Friend Goes Away.... 6/8/2010
8171. A Part Of Kunwari 6/8/2010
8172. The Ugly Duck's Independence 6/8/2010
8173. In The Arms Of God 6/8/2010
8174. The Bottle Of Wine And The Wife 6/8/2010
8175. God Is Not Alone 6/8/2010
8176. Colors Of The Stones 6/10/2010
8177. Like Dogs 6/10/2010
8178. Sprouting As A Phoenix By Em 6/10/2010
8179. Zipless Reunion By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8180. Defeats Of The Flesh By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8181. Nipple By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8182. A Man By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8183. Rose On His Lips By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8184. A Record Of Betrayals By Emma Z. 6/10/2010
8185. Work In The Room 6/10/2010
8186. The Muscles 6/10/2010
8187. Two Beliefs 6/10/2010
8188. Friends Do Not Die 6/10/2010
8189. Dianne, Mercy And John 6/10/2010
8190. A Black Cat, A Woman And A Shadow 6/10/2010
8191. Inside The Lonely Train 6/10/2010
8192. The Simplicity Of Nature 6/10/2010
8193. What Is 'It'? 6/10/2010
8194. Now, Who's To Blame? 6/10/2010
8195. I Am About To Sleep 6/10/2010
8196. Blue Pastel Stills 6/11/2010
8197. Your Poise 6/11/2010
8198. Carlo, Do Not Grieve 6/11/2010
8199. When I Was A Kid, Grandpa Hurt His Head 6/11/2010
8200. Reading His Palms For A Hidden Fortune 6/11/2010

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' 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 ...

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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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