RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

15841. The Demands 5/26/2010
15842. A Barking Dog 5/26/2010
15843. At The Other House Of Ill Repute 5/26/2010
15844. Lousy 5/27/2010
15845. Asking 5/27/2010
15846. Marriages All 5/27/2010
15847. Childhood 5/27/2010
15848. Professional 5/27/2010
15849. The Ravine 5/27/2010
15850. Night Poets 5/27/2010
15851. Early This Afternoon 5/27/2010
15852. A Set Of Neighbors 5/27/2010
15853. A Reflection On The Pond 5/27/2010
15854. Desperately Seeking You 5/27/2010
15855. Do Not Think 5/27/2010
15856. A Motorcycle Speeds 5/27/2010
15857. The Road On The Other Side 5/27/2010
15858. Hubris' Grand Display Of Feathers 5/27/2010
15859. The Fauns Of Dohinob 5/27/2010
15860. Friends On Their Reunion 5/27/2010
15861. The Face Of Your Anger 5/27/2010
15862. Window 5/27/2010
15863. A Poem About Emptiness 5/27/2010
15864. A Posting In The Street 5/27/2010
15865. Forgive Him 5/28/2010
15866. His Small World 5/28/2010
15867. She Did Not See The Lilacs When They Bloomed One Summer 5/28/2010
15868. He Walks Between Her Legs 5/28/2010
15869. A Chick's Computation Of His Detention Inside The Eggshell 5/28/2010
15870. To Live To Die 5/28/2010
15871. His Funeral 5/28/2010
15872. A View In Town Square 5/28/2010
15873. Paradise Island 5/28/2010
15874. Your Breasts 5/28/2010
15875. His Funeral (Edited) 5/28/2010
15876. Laptap (Misspelled) 5/28/2010
15877. There Is No Way That You Can Look At The Mountain 5/28/2010
15878. Fact 5/28/2010
15879. My Breath To The Atmosphere 5/28/2010
15880. My Face 5/28/2010

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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 ...

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The Face Of The Beloved

that sorrow is
another illusion

fog on the trees
mists on the mountains

all that is to be done
is simply to wait

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