RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

1361. Solemn 7/10/2008
1362. When She Falls In Love 7/10/2008
1363. There Is A Secret Garden In My Heart 7/10/2008
1364. The Space Between Us 7/10/2008
1365. To Be Real 7/10/2008
1366. Thoughts In Disarray 7/10/2008
1367. It Is Like Blowing A Bubble Gum 7/10/2008
1368. Belittled 7/11/2008
1369. The Hoax 7/11/2008
1370. The Riddle 7/11/2008
1371. Please Stand Up 7/11/2008
1372. To A Long Poem 7/11/2008
1373. Honestly My Love 7/11/2008
1374. I Am Tired Of The Usual Agony 7/11/2008
1375. Do Not Look At Me Using Your Eyes Of Pity 7/11/2008
1376. Eroticism 7/12/2008
1377. In Giving 7/12/2008
1378. What I Like Most Is After The Act 7/12/2008
1379. I Love You Everyday 7/12/2008
1380. The Magic Wand Of The Too Familiar 7/12/2008
1381. Baby, If I Noticed Everything 7/12/2008
1382. What To Account For The Morning 7/12/2008
1383. In Yesterday's Lecture 7/12/2008
1384. My Friends 7/12/2008
1385. Today I Shall Give You Congress 7/12/2008
1386. I Like To Keep The Feeling 7/12/2008
1387. There Is Something You Need To Know 7/12/2008
1388. Nature Is 7/12/2008
1389. I Write Happiness Too, Once 7/12/2008
1390. Now That I Write With Windows Closed 7/12/2008
1391. Antiquated Dialogues 7/12/2008
1392. And Will You Love Her Again? 7/12/2008
1393. A Warning 7/12/2008
1394. There Are Times When The Sun Does Not Shine 7/13/2008
1395. Today I Shall Remember Grandmother 7/13/2008
1396. Hearing Again From A Student Who Broke Down 7/13/2008
1397. Tonight Is Another Night Of My Self-Proclaimed War 7/13/2008
1398. Her Report 7/13/2008
1399. Another Lonely Night 7/13/2008
1400. A Banana And The Cadena De Amor 7/13/2008

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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 '

Synthesis....

we were in israel, then we crossed the border moving towards egypt,
we passed by Lot, and then arrived in cairo. Had a cruise in the nile, watched the belly dancer.

we moved back to jordan. heard a lot of views. bathed in the dead sea.
roamed Petra.

no, it is not the travel, no longer excited actually but the realization that religion is not that important. Or not the issue.

it should have been love of humanity.

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