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Poems By Poet RIC S. BASTASA  11/26/2014 7:45:12 AM
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tan-awon lang ang moabot

Ang kagahapon nakita niya
Sa gamayng bata. Malipayon
Nga nanghingugmo sa sanga
Sa punoan sa balimbing

Samtang ang iyang nanay
Namilo sa iyang mga habol
Ug nanawag alang sa sayo
Nga pangaligo sa atabay.

Gahi'g ulo ang iyang kagahapon.
Ug nahulog siya kuyog sa nabali
Nga sanga sa gabok nga balimbing.
Nasamad. Nakuyapan. Nawala.

Sa iyang pagmata, wala na
Iyang nanay. Karon, siya
Mitutok sa kalsada paingon
Sa iyang padulngan.

Gikapoy na siya. Nagpungko sa
Daplin sa karsada. Naglantaw sa
Nanglabay. Nagpakahilom.
Nanghingugmo.Walay kabalaka.

Walay kahadlok. Kon kinsa kadtong
Moabot, dili na siya mangutana.
Kon kinsa ug unsay iyang tuyo.
Ug kon kinsay mopahawa.
 
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  11574.     

tango

takes two to tango
takes one
to ballet

it may take three to boogie
five or four to do the twist

but let me tell you friend
i am classical and i like ballet most

specially the split.
 
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  11575.     

tango....

life must be a tango
it is a step forward and
another step backward
the woman bends
gracefully
so the man sees
what beauty lies
there
the man stands proud
about this
human combination
one must give
and the other takes
one voluntarily
surrenders
and the other
takes care of
the rest
 
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  11576.     

tarts and warts

on a sweet conversation like this
when you open
and i ask some more of this openness
in you,
you become my tart
i like the taste
of fruits and milk and some cheese
to last finger licking
goodness

then you take your turn
trying to open me like a canned
fruit juice
i stick to my lock and key
and you find it hard to
open
you like to drink the four seasons
in me
i refuse
i shifted your questions to something else
like the full moon last night
and you do not like
this one way traffic
between us
my road is closed
i only have
mysterious ends
your thirst shall not be quenched
you should know by now
i am not a tart
i am your wart

and so the saying goes like a road
diverging
i'll take the other one
you take that one
i know
the one less travelled by

you are the poet
i am less
 
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