RIC S. BASTASA


RIC S. BASTASA Poems

761. A Brown Lady Asserting Her Right To Take A Seat 11/18/2008
762. A Bruised Reed He Shall Not Break, And A Smoldering Wick He Shall Not Quench, 4/17/2011
763. A Bunch Of Ripe Guavas 3/15/2010
764. A Burden.... 10/2/2012
765. A Bursting Of Ideas, Tired Eyes, But Alert Fingers On The Keyboard.... 4/7/2012
766. A Busy Life 6/24/2011
767. A Busy Mind... 6/15/2016
768. A Butterfly In The Garden 1/25/2014
769. A Cage In The Bird 8/30/2011
770. A Cage Is Not A Good Site To See At The Balcony. 3/15/2015
771. A Call For Love... 12/29/2015
772. A Call From Jolo 6/6/2008
773. A Calm Mind 5/3/2010
774. A Candle 1/11/2010
775. A Candlestick 1/17/2009
776. A Carefree Day For Each One Of Us 7/5/2012
777. A Cat Sleeping On A Printer 12/7/2008
778. A Cat's Answer 1/31/2009
779. A Cat's Curiousity 1/31/2009
780. A Cat's Tale... 1/15/2011
781. A Caution To Reece Kay 4/15/2008
782. A Cautionary Note 8/27/2011
783. A Cautious Listener 10/31/2011
784. A Cave Where Dimness Thrives 9/3/2014
785. A Celebration 5/10/2010
786. A Certain Doubt 3/8/2009
787. A Certain Form Of Autism 11/14/2010
788. A Certain Gentleness In Departure 2/24/2009
789. A Certain Happening 8/12/2012
790. A Certain Loss 5/23/2010
791. A Certain Preference On Early Mornings... 3/20/2011
792. A Certain Quiet 5/6/2011
793. A Certain Redness 8/19/2008
794. A Certain Ripeness 5/29/2013
795. A Chair Is No Longer Just A Chair 1/6/2012
796. A Challenge For You.... 2/12/2012
797. A Challenge In The Dark 3/7/2012
798. A Challenge On An Invisible Sphere.... 2/17/2016
799. A Challenge.... 3/26/2012
800. A Chance To Ask A Question 5/1/2010
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 ...

Read the full of ' The Last Dance Of Your Life '

Devorakis

it starts with a cat
call
and then inside the room
a slice of steak is
taken by the tongue of
the fork which was fed
to the open door of the
mouth and with a little
fear the one fell to the

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