RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

18641. Soft Clay 8/21/2008
18642. A Peacock 8/23/2008
18643. To All The Disciples Of Pain 7/20/2008
18644. What Time Do We Leave Tonight? 8/17/2008
18645. Erotica 7/12/2008
18646. In Daily Dying To Ourselves 7/3/2008
18647. You Amaze Me 6/8/2008
18648. Magic Brooms And Magic Pebbles 4/19/2008
18649. Once I Had A Secret Love 4/19/2008
18650. Isolation 4/19/2008
18651. When Justice Fails 4/15/2008
18652. Chocolates 4/11/2008
18653. I Am Tired Of The Rhyme I Am Tired Of The Rhyme 4/25/2009
18654. You Are The Moon 3/17/2009
18655. Coming Back Home One Day From A Foreign Land 3/22/2009
18656. The Free Bird 3/11/2009
18657. I Like Tomato Sauce 1/18/2009
18658. Pakig-Away Kanako, Ayaw, Kay Imo Ko 1/8/2009
18659. Love Hate Relationship 10/13/2008
18660. The Dog And Your Man 2/13/2009
18661. 21 2/16/2009
18662. 36 2/16/2009
18663. When I Go Fishing 2/5/2009
18664. I Thought I Cannot Write A Love Poem Anymore 1/14/2009
18665. Driving At Night From The University 1/22/2009
18666. Sail Boat On The River 5/4/2010
18667. Green Eyes 5/3/2010
18668. Building Sandcastles 4/18/2010
18669. Two Lovely Birds 4/17/2010
18670. A Heart Broken Into Pieces 4/17/2010
18671. Too Old 4/15/2010
18672. A Chicken's Life 3/6/2010
18673. Loneliness, In Two Simple Shapes 3/5/2010
18674. Funny People 2/20/2010
18675. Bridge Between Us 2/2/2010
18676. Remembering A Friend Through The Fish 2/7/2010
18677. Please Do Not Ask Me How A River Feels 1/19/2010
18678. A Little Patience, More Time 12/28/2009
18679. About Last Night 1/6/2010
18680. The Old Woman And Her Loyal Maid 11/10/2009

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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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Finally

just like anything that you did in the past
you started like
a
gasoline spilled
on the cemented road
and a matchstick lighted
it and the fire ran
like a will o'wisp
but as usual it was

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