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Poems By Poet RIC S. BASTASA  10/22/2014 2:59:38 AM
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  9505.     

of my mind......

it is 7: 22
in the morning,
i quit,
i am afraid,
that with you reading me,
i may cause
more harm than good
to you.

i am hungry and thirsty,
i am cold
and now in a hurry,

take your time,
i am out
 
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  9506.     

of our own bias and prejudice

he is proud
to be brown all over

not raw
neither overcooked

arrogance does not
however
make him brown
as in hardcore
ideologist

for he too loves
the blackness of the night
the orangeness of the sunset
the redness of the rose
the whiteness of
glossy paper

he loves brown
because that is what he is made of

humanity in shades
of rainbow colors
this, too, he loves to see
when it rains
and when the sun shines
early morning
between two cliffs
with a waterfall between
 
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  9507.     

of practical means...

for those that come
i am ready
not only to embrace
its whole body
but also to explain
the necessity of
its parts that i too must
accept and love, thus

when i cannot see the stars
tonight
i accept that this happens
often
because
some heavy clouds are here
and they need
to drift and
release their
burdens

and soon it will rain
and all the thirsty fields of the
earth are craving
for water
from the heavens
for their satiation

i have known rain
and it does not surprise me
in these cold times
of my life

& if ever
another big flood comes along
this winding river
carrying drift wood
and mud
and carcass of some
wild pigs and
wingless birds

i still must respect
what nature is all
about
its way of cleansing
itself

& then
on a calm morning
after the storn
i busy myself
collecting all these
drifted things
thinking that perhaps
early tomorrow
i can construct the
bridge of my dreams

or that house
where my new hope
must
immediately reside
 
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  9508.     

of red roses and white daisies

enchanting at first
amazing and fantastic
i am mesmerized
by the redness
i am enthralled by
the whiteness of purity
and lust, and to escape
from this lovely prison
everyday i grow
my wings
inch by inch and then
one full moon
i fly away as the black
bird dissolving into the
ocean of night
 
RIC S. BASTASA
   
 
 
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