nimal dunuhinga

Rookie - 145 Points (19, April,1951 / kalubovila East, Sri Lanka)

nimal dunuhinga Poems

161. To Our Unborn Child Who Prefers Lullabies In This Cruel World! 2/17/2014
162. To My Precious Brother Lalith! 7/21/2011
163. To Mrs.Yoko Ono To Relight Imagine Peace Tower On Lennon's 70th Birthday! 10/6/2010
164. To Good Loving Homes! 5/5/2008
165. Tiptoeing 1/4/2008
166. Time Has Shown How The Boisterous Life Runs From Bad To Worse 3/17/2009
167. Tigers Without Stripes 9/25/2006
168. Throwback 12/31/2007
169. Three Dangerous Reptiles And A Beautiful Frog In A Deep Well 2/15/2009
170. Thousand Flowers 11/5/2010
171. Though We'Re Songs If Anybody Sings? 1/5/2011
172. Though We Smiled Together Not Known Each Other? 8/23/2011
173. Though She Betrays Her Bookworm Lover 11/10/2007
174. Though It's Bitter The Elixir In My Village Thatched School 5/29/2009
175. Though I Won The Race? 5/5/2011
176. Though I Grabbed The Nostalgic Wind She Slipped Away 4/6/2009
177. Though I Am Your Isolated Brook? 6/5/2012
178. Though I Am A Pensioner Still A Sad Lover? 7/26/2013
179. Those Scattered Flowers Nobody Picks? 8/23/2012
180. This Would Be A Rare Gift To My Friend Jerry.Hughes 6/11/2008
181. This Glass Door Is Remain Unlocked At All! 8/3/2011
182. This Cradlesong Perhaps That Keeps You Awake 4/12/2011
183. This Bus Carries Only Two Souls To Two Destinations! 6/16/2011
184. They Killed Mata Hari 9/22/2010
185. They Drowned In The Milky Way 8/26/2006
186. They Build Citadels Of Skeletons On Debris 9/29/2009
187. There It Goes The Express Yellow School Bus 2/10/2009
188. There He Goes To The Kindergarten 6/24/2008
189. There Cries A Single Pebble 7/2/2008
190. Their Warm Cage Still Stands 1/25/2008
191. Their Nets Of Hope Are Empty 3/9/2009
192. The Youth Bus Crawls Along The Same Old Mountain Road 9/18/2008
193. The Worthless Stuff 11/16/2012
194. The Wintry Alarm Echoed 11/23/2006
195. The Window Washers 7/12/2012
196. The Windmill 7/29/2011
197. The Width Of Wind 12/2/2007
198. The White Blacksmith; Rusty Bolts & Nuts 9/13/2010
199. The Warmth Inside A Cold Pyre 11/17/2007
200. The Virtuous Fertilizer 10/23/2008
Best Poem of nimal dunuhinga

*moon Rapes His Sister Sun

In the pitch darkness strange things can happen;
But unfortunately nowadays it happens in the daylight too.

* The title quoted from the book ' American Indian myths and legends' selected and edited by Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz.
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(This violent story tells of a stormy encounter between a female sun and a male moon.)

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Bottleneck

Her rare astonishing love
It's like Braille alphabet.
You have to touch the raised dots and understand.
But caressing is prohibited since a long time.
Then how can he trace this fragile creature?

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