RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

3161. Staring At My Face In The Mirror One Evening 2/3/2009
3162. A Painting 2/3/2009
3163. I Know You'Re Hurt 2/4/2009
3164. Friends? 2/4/2009
3165. Theirs 2/4/2009
3166. Escaping Anger 2/4/2009
3167. What If Time Travelled In A Straight Line? 2/4/2009
3168. Why Should I Be Like You? 2/4/2009
3169. Blend, Do Not End 2/4/2009
3170. Black History Celebration 2/4/2009
3171. Gorgeously Poetic 2/4/2009
3172. One Of These Days 2/4/2009
3173. I Didn'T Know That Butchered Animals Do Not Feel Pain 2/4/2009
3174. Did You Say The Weather Is Not Fine? 2/4/2009
3175. How About Me? 2/4/2009
3176. Women Sometimes 2/4/2009
3177. Diaspora 2/4/2009
3178. Up There The Little Gods Are Speaking 2/4/2009
3179. A Leaf, A Twig, A Little Bird 2/4/2009
3180. When We Meet Again Sometime This Summer 2/4/2009
3181. Like A Blind Man Like A River Without Eyes 2/4/2009
3182. I Feel So Light Like A Fur, Like A Feather 2/4/2009
3183. Sailing The Sea Of Love 2/5/2009
3184. Happy, Yes Happy 2/5/2009
3185. A Happy Landscape 2/5/2009
3186. Let Me Be Your Piano 2/5/2009
3187. Daisies All Over My Body 2/5/2009
3188. Time Is Too Short For Sadness 2/5/2009
3189. Things Embrace You 2/5/2009
3190. Sunrise, Sunshine 2/5/2009
3191. With You On The Cliffs Of Love 2/5/2009
3192. Circa 1970 And Years Back 2/5/2009
3193. In Femagas 2/5/2009
3194. A Rectification 2/3/2009
3195. Right Of Passage 2/3/2009
3196. The Goat 2/3/2009
3197. Last Night About The Black Bird 2/3/2009
3198. My Prof's View About Romeo And Juliet 2/5/2009
3199. To A Friend Who Thinks That I Always Win 2/5/2009
3200. Did Your Love For Him Last? 2/6/2009

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' 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 '

Only To Be Miserable

how is it that everyday you
do what you do not really want doing
but just the same you do it.

call it a mandate of society.
call it law and you are its servant.

call it an appointment, the one which
you wished, prayed for and prayed so hard all along

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