RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

13681. In God's Mercy 1/20/2010
13682. Whirlwords 1/21/2010
13683. This Poem Is For You, ... Forget Me? 1/21/2010
13684. Words As Flowers 1/21/2010
13685. That Solitude With The Stars And Harmless Words 1/21/2010
13686. A Reminder From A Son-In-Law To His Mother-In-Law 1/21/2010
13687. A Friend, A Woman, A Widow, The Old One 1/21/2010
13688. That Something Which Went Wrong 1/21/2010
13689. That Most Candid Criticism Of The Self 1/21/2010
13690. The Final Plunge 1/21/2010
13691. Some Kind Of A Face 1/22/2010
13692. How That Sunday Ended 1/22/2010
13693. Epitaph Of An Athiest 1/22/2010
13694. The Apple And The Worm 1/22/2010
13695. Tell Me, (Who Wrote These Lines, Please, Did You?) 1/22/2010
13696. The Mountain Of Poverty 1/22/2010
13697. Brothers All 1/23/2010
13698. Undesrtanding Art 1/23/2010
13699. What Must Represent You 1/23/2010
13700. The Late Realization Of Eliezer 1/26/2010
13701. Heavy Rain 1/26/2010
13702. At The End Of The Day (2) 1/26/2010
13703. Naked Before You 1/26/2010
13704. Quibble 1/26/2010
13705. Doggerel 1/26/2010
13706. A Poem Written By The Other Woman 1/26/2010
13707. A Poem To Make Emily Strong 1/26/2010
13708. Fly We Want To Fly 1/26/2010
13709. A Child's Game 1/26/2010
13710. Something's Wrong With Me 1/26/2010
13711. Reflection 1 1/27/2010
13712. She Says 1/27/2010
13713. The Second Gargoyle 1/27/2010
13714. Crown Of Thorns 1/27/2010
13715. Passion 1/27/2010
13716. Drowsy 1/27/2010
13717. A Silent Conversation With Myself 1/27/2010
13718. Conversations Of The Heart 1/27/2010
13719. Anohter Chance To Say The Words 1/27/2010
13720. Gloom And Doom 1/27/2010
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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