Treasure Island

Udaya R. Tennakoon


Mediator


In one morning
A pair of lovers
Each other falling in love
Avoiding the world
Forgetting everything

Scene was a well composed
Natural photograph
It came to register in mind
As an ideal of love

One afternoon
In the same place
Same couple was in a conflict
With the heavy weapons of words
Crying in vain
She accused
‘You cheated me"
I wished and wanted to
Be a mediator

But it was not possible
As it was private
I was not invited

Whole the night
I was asleep and in a conflict
Attempted to reset
My ideal mind of changed

A few months after
One evening in the same place
Same couple
Was sitting and talking
That was not clear
But for sure
There was not a conflict
I was surprised
My mind flashed back to the past
He was kissing on her belly.
Mediator would be in it

Submitted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012

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