RIC S. BASTASA


A diamond


Two sides of
the earth
two faces: romantic
darkness
and abundant light

one face for
all mankind
one face for
myself alone

two sides of a coin
four sides of a square

you demand that
i shall have only
one,

i'll say yes
in such a simple word

inside my heart
the words rumble
too many
to capture but only
one face?

in silence
i keep my fingers crossed
it is impossible

to one light
i glitter a thousand
times

Submitted: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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