2681. This Is Happening 12/16/2008
2682. Someone Says 12/16/2008
2683. In The Small World Of My Poem 12/17/2008
2684. There Will Be No Laurels On My Head 12/17/2008
2685. Pleasures 12/17/2008
2686. The Cooking Pot 12/17/2008
2687. The Dogs Bark To The Moon 12/17/2008
2688. A Feeling Of Half-Ness 12/18/2008
2689. I Thought You Know Me 12/18/2008
2690. You Are The Unreachable Star 12/18/2008
2691. Where I Am 12/18/2008
2692. When I Arrive I See You Half Naked 12/18/2008
2693. Hello Candice, Are You Sure Of Yourself? 12/18/2008
2694. Clarity 12/18/2008
2695. I Am Inside This Cage 12/18/2008
2696. Layers And Layers 12/18/2008
2697. Desideratum 12/18/2008
2698. There Is No World, No Other World For Me 12/18/2008
2699. We Complicate We Simplify We Complicate 12/18/2008
2700. I Promised You That We Make Love At Dawn 12/18/2008
2701. I Like The Image 12/19/2008
2702. 88 12/19/2008
2703. It Came Into My Mind 12/19/2008
2704. The Frog Of Basho 12/19/2008
2705. The Dance Of Life Is A Circle 12/19/2008
2706. I Will Not Talk About Pain This Christmas 12/19/2008
2707. Hopefully A Merry Christmas Here In The Philippines 12/19/2008
2708. They Kill For Money 12/19/2008
2709. Yawning 12/20/2008
2710. Sleep 12/20/2008
2711. Time To Close The Cover Of The Book 12/20/2008
2712. And Then The Dreams Wake Up 12/20/2008
2713. Footnotes To Langston's Deferred Dreams 12/20/2008
2714. Words 12/20/2008
2715. Do What You Are Supposed To Do 12/20/2008
2716. A Blank Sheet 12/20/2008
2717. A Star From The East 12/21/2008
2718. The Churches Of This World 12/21/2008
2719. And Why Did He Choose The Manger, And Mary And Joseph? 12/21/2008
2720. Your Smile 12/21/2008

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' The Last Dance Of Your Life '


you don't really have to mind
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

a hope that poisons the mind instead
and makes
our recent stand rigid and

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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