Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

161. An Empyrean Love (A Condom's Story) 3/18/2013
162. An Epistle On Tissue 1/31/2013
163. An Extant Virgin 4/28/2014
164. An Honest Dialogue With Casanova 4/6/2014
165. An Old Shoe Box 4/13/2014
166. An Old-Fashioned Man 3/25/2013
167. An Unreciprocated Love 4/10/2014
168. An Unused Condom 4/12/2014
169. Angelic Blue 8/18/2012
170. Apology To Mother Earth 4/23/2014
171. Art Of Surrrender 8/29/2013
172. Ashes 11/7/2012
173. Asian Crane 4/3/2014
174. Astronomer 8/18/2012
175. Atlantis 1/23/2013
176. Atlantis Regained 7/13/2013
177. Autumn 10/12/2012
178. Autumn Surrender 10/25/2013
179. Bandanna Joe 4/22/2013
180. Barbie Love 11/4/2012
181. Barmy Army 3/16/2013
182. Bat 4/12/2014
183. Beach Side Innocence 1/17/2013
184. Beautiful 3/25/2013
185. Bespectacled Hobo Queen 8/2/2013
186. Bikini (Edited) 3/11/2014
187. Billboard To Lust (Haiku) 3/9/2014
188. Birth 4/11/2014
189. Black And White 7/5/2012
190. Black Gold 2/5/2013
191. Blood Is Thinner Than Water 3/8/2013
192. Bonfires D'Amour 3/31/2013
193. Bonnie And Clyde 3/2/2013
194. Bountiful Love 2/8/2013
195. Brothers 7/10/2013
196. Camels On A Dessert 4/15/2014
197. Cancer Of The Laboring Heart 10/26/2012
198. Candle Light In The Shadow Of Kilimanjaro 12/19/2012
199. Casanova Blues 6/21/2013
200. Casanova Complex (Janus) 4/6/2013
Best Poem of Dilantha Gunawardana

Haikus On Pregnancy (Imperfect Haikus)

Umbilical Cord

The tap root of man
Permeating the soil of a goddess
On planet womb


Womb

Two heart beats
Entrapment in a body
Resonance


Unwed Mother

Careless contraceptives
Or immaculate conception
Echoes of infamy

Father

The benevolent man
And his miraculous seed
Micro credit

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Popular..........

We breathe in popular culture
Like a strain of flu
That paralyses the mental faculties
And blinds the corners of the eye
We work for popular causes
What will catch the eye of the masses
And portray the shining face
Of proxy philanthropists
On the front cover of an elitist magazine

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