Udaya R. Tennakoon

අවසාන අලුයම- Last Dawn by Octavio Paz

වනයෙහි ඔබේ හිස කේ නැති විය
ඔබේ පා මාගේ පා පරාමර්ශනය කරමින්
නිදිගත් ඔබ විසල් ය රැයට ද වඩා
නමුදු ඔබගේ සිහිනය මේ කුටිය තුලට සරි වේ
එතරම් පුංචි වූ අප කොතරම් ද!
පසුකර යයි ටැක්සියක් පිටතින්
පටවාගත් අවතාර සමගින්
දිව යන ගඟ
පසු පසට දුවමින්
හෙට වෙන්ස් දවසක් වේද?

පරිවර්තනය: උදය ආර්. තෙන්නකෝන්

Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2012

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