RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

11361. A Night Conversation 10/28/2011
11362. Black-Out 10/29/2011
11363. The Working Woman 10/29/2011
11364. About Nothing At All 10/29/2011
11365. About Nothing At All (2) 10/29/2011
11366. The Boy At Laoy 10/29/2011
11367. Teachnique In Writing Poems 10/29/2011
11368. Glimpse 11/1/2011
11369. To Dr. P 11/1/2011
11370. The Desire To Eat A Tulip 11/1/2011
11371. Beyond The Old Man's Chair 11/1/2011
11372. Reminiscing Fear 11/1/2011
11373. Because Of The House, There Was Never A Home 11/2/2011
11374. Feeling The Life Of This Earth 11/2/2011
11375. Because There Is Really No One There At 11: 30 In The Evening 11/2/2011
11376. Numb And Number 11/2/2011
11377. Selfish Religion 11/2/2011
11378. The Gospel 11/2/2011
11379. Tv Morning News 11/2/2011
11380. A Way To Live 11/3/2011
11381. For Those Who Grieve 11/3/2011
11382. A Fire Escape 11/3/2011
11383. To A Teacher/Poet Named Fred 11/3/2011
11384. The Indifference Of Nature 11/3/2011
11385. Early Winter Time Begging For Answers 11/1/2011
11386. About My Wife 10/31/2011
11387. Big White Petals On White Sands In Boracay 11/1/2011
11388. Predator Prey Early Morning 11/3/2011
11389. A Prayer To Doubt 11/3/2011
11390. What Could Hurt We Refuse To Say 11/3/2011
11391. The Reality Of Touch 11/3/2011
11392. Complementary 11/3/2011
11393. What We Do Not Know Do Not Hurt Us 11/3/2011
11394. The Monotony Of A Vicious Circle 11/4/2011
11395. Upon Receiving The Wedding Invitation 11/4/2011
11396. Socrates Revisited 11/4/2011
11397. At The End You Must Become The Part Of Everyone 11/4/2011
11398. The Purpose In Life Is To Find Its Purpose 11/4/2011
11399. The Art Of Killing 11/4/2011
11400. Ennui (For Merci) 11/5/2011
Best Poem of RIC S. BASTASA

' 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 '

To Joy......

a bouquet of white
roses which you catches
from the bride
in that grand wedding
lies on the table
because you have forgotten
it, after those laughters
and joyous
conversations

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