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Poems By Poet RIC S. BASTASA  5/1/2016 2:25:08 PM
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  9633.     

Leaving The City Cubicles

it's been quite a time
when i left the cubicles of
the city, when exciting news
comes from the sheets,
and pleasures confined
within the electrical gadgets
of the room,

i am in an island
listening to the band of geese
the trumpet of the conch
the sloshing of the sands
gliding with boats
and dreaming with sea foams

i cover my head with
a straw hat
when the sun is up

at night we gaze in space
figuring the message of
the stars.
 
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  9634.     

Leaving The Hermit Crab Alone By Itself

you see today
a hermit crab
crawling on the
sands

and it sees you
and does not
trust you

and it runs
away from you
and you
chase it

and then it curls
back to
its shell

helpless upon
a defense
of hiding itself
again

you leave it
finally
alone by itself

and perhaps
both of you are
happier

i can sense it
this time
 
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  9635.     

Legal Books

sandcastles
made by kids
on the shores
in a moment
a few seconds
the waves
come and
destroy
everything and
as you well see it
the children
build another
set of
sandcastles again
 
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  9636.     

Legal Indirectness...

it is a state of
dryness, the sun is not penal and
ex post facto
comes in as a validate guest.

the river bed is as dry as your
lips, the fishes have to hide
like teeth inside your mouth
the gum
is muddy.

someone with a long neck
arrives earlier
and those who arrive later
talk, and they shall be silent
for a moment
guided to the interior of the
house
made of glass and everything
outside is visible

a garden of magnolias
a fountain (of youth as promised)

soon everyone is at home
and then the celebration begins

that is how it is suppose
to end.
 
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