RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

10281. The Suspense Of The Carver.... 4/10/2011
10282. With You... 4/11/2011
10283. A World Of Our Own... 4/11/2011
10284. For All The Other Places Of This World... 4/11/2011
10285. A Protest Poem... 2/22/2011
10286. Okaerinasai 4/15/2011
10287. More Social...A Part Of Thoreau 4/15/2011
10288. Beautiful Bird... 4/15/2011
10289. The Islands.... 4/15/2011
10290. A Pledge Of The Heart.... 4/15/2011
10291. Giving Reason A Break... 4/15/2011
10292. Lent... 4/15/2011
10293. Destiny Has Carved Your Own Path... 4/15/2011
10294. What To Do, Do Quickly... 4/15/2011
10295. The Apache Ii Scale 4/15/2011
10296. About Pilar.... 4/15/2011
10297. About Pilar 2.... 4/15/2011
10298. About Pilar's Daughter.... 4/15/2011
10299. About The Sparrow In The Park 4/16/2011
10300. Interconnectivity... 4/16/2011
10301. A Metaphor For Platonic Love... 4/16/2011
10302. The Wings Of The Mind 4/16/2011
10303. In My Own Emptiness 4/16/2011
10304. The Happy State.... 4/16/2011
10305. Familiarity Of Falling... 4/16/2011
10306. Time The Culprit, Shit, Has Changed You... 4/16/2011
10307. The Fists (A Revised Poem) 4/16/2011
10308. About Grandmother... 4/16/2011
10309. We Just Have To Make The Best Of It... 4/16/2011
10310. Revisting Schindler's List 4/16/2011
10311. A Bruised Reed He Shall Not Break, And A Smoldering Wick He Shall Not Quench, 4/17/2011
10312. To Open The Eyes Of The Blind, To Bring Out Prisoners From Confinement, And From The Dungeon, Those Who Live In Darkness. 4/17/2011
10313. The Lonely Woman And The Man Who Predicted His Own Death 4/17/2011
10314. You Always Have The Poor With You, But You Do Not Always Have Me.' 4/17/2011
10315. Those That Pretend To Help The Poor 4/17/2011
10316. What The Mother Sparrow Told The Young Sparrow 4/18/2011
10317. What The Mother Sparrow Later Found Out... 4/18/2011
10318. The Mother Sparrow Grieves Upon The Untimely Death Of Her Beloved Fledgling 4/18/2011
10319. The Kindness Of Simply Letting Go 4/18/2011
10320. Mother Sparrow Leaves Not Carrying Anything 4/18/2011

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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 ...

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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