8321. The Crazy Woman 6/15/2010
8322. Sleep Mode 6/15/2010
8323. Getting Out From Time 6/15/2010
8324. Determined Indifference 6/15/2010
8325. Mutual This Morning 6/15/2010
8326. Shoulder 6/15/2010
8327. Lazy Imagination On A Friday Morning 6/15/2010
8328. First Love 6/15/2010
8329. Morning Compromises 6/15/2010
8330. No Choice 6/15/2010
8331. A Lousy Day 6/25/2010
8332. The Beautiful Flower 6/25/2010
8333. Life's Like That Woman 6/25/2010
8334. At The Party Last Night Till Dusk 6/25/2010
8335. The Allegory Of The Cave In Lesser Words 6/25/2010
8336. Thoughts While Watching A Still Painting Of Pears And Cherries 6/25/2010
8337. On Watching The Picture Of A Baby Smoking A Cigarette 6/25/2010
8338. The Picture Of Mona Lisa In The Internet 6/25/2010
8339. At The Club Ultima,39th Floor 6/25/2010
8340. The Frozen Waves Of The Sea On Canvass 6/25/2010
8341. I'M Taking The Photographs Of The Photographers 6/25/2010
8342. A Disciple Of Freud 6/25/2010
8343. The Crooked Ways Of The Tiny Birds 6/25/2010
8344. The Crooked Ways Of The Tiny Birds 2 6/25/2010
8345. To Have A Happy Marriage 6/26/2010
8346. That Little Talk About A Wedding 6/25/2010
8347. The Body Of The Beautiful Woman One Evening 6/25/2010
8348. The Hands Of An Angry Man 6/25/2010
8349. A Dream Of Dusk 6/25/2010
8350. Summer Contentment 6/25/2010
8351. Bird Of Paradise 6/25/2010
8352. Mother Goose 6/25/2010
8353. The Barrio In The South 6/25/2010
8354. His Favorite Picture 6/25/2010
8355. Graduation From A Love Poem 6/22/2010
8356. So Contagious 6/26/2010
8357. Everyday Is A Special Occasion 6/26/2010
8358. At The Last Hour 6/26/2010
8359. At 60 6/26/2010
8360. A Story Of A Marriage Counselor 6/26/2010

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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 ...

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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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