Udaya R. Tennakoon


Udaya R. Tennakoon Poems

161. Looking At My Fingers 8/6/2013
162. Love 8/29/2011
163. Love Has Gone 9/23/2015
164. Love Is Security 4/26/2015
165. Lunatic Wisdom 3/5/2015
166. Make Up To The Heart 3/20/2016
167. Man Of Necrophilia 9/21/2012
168. May Day Poem 1 -new- 4/28/2016
169. May Day Poem 2 -new- 4/28/2016
170. May Day Poem 3 -new- 4/28/2016
171. May Day Poem 4 -new- 4/28/2016
172. May Day Poem 5- Visible Theater/ Invisible Characters -new- 4/29/2016
173. Mediator 8/29/2012
174. Midnight Desire 2/10/2016
175. Mind And Condom 9/24/2012
176. Mirror 4/10/2013
177. Mirror And Strangers 3/22/2016
178. Mistake And Love 8/4/2013
179. Monotonous Wish 12/31/2013
180. More Than Nothing 8/31/2012
181. Mother And The Day 5/10/2015
182. Mother Of All 5/12/2013
183. Movement 5/9/2013
184. My Bag 9/6/2012
185. My English Teacher 9/1/2012
186. Necessity 12/19/2015
187. Never Ever Come 8/31/2012
188. Nihilist Eyes 3/15/2013
189. No More Rely On 9/16/2012
190. No Regret Of My Past 5/14/2013
191. Now It Is Something 1/17/2016
192. Offline 1/25/2015
193. One For All Seasons 8/29/2012
194. One Of Wests 1/17/2016
195. One Saturday In The Diary 5/11/2013
196. Oneness 8/29/2012
197. Outs And Ins 6/18/2013
198. Own Reflection And The Wall Of Other 8/10/2013
199. Paris Perspectives 11/15/2015
200. Peace In The War 9/13/2014
Best Poem of Udaya R. Tennakoon

I Am A Star Because Of You So Far

I am a star
Larger than the moon
Size cannot be seen
I’m because of so far

My brightness and light
More powerful than the sun
It doesn’t feel
As the moon is so close

I am an outsider
And also an exoplanet*
To the solar system
And far away from light years

I ‘m also a moon
But not a parasite
And but more sensitive
To the dark and to the moon
But a star to you
Because of so far

Though I bring the light
To the thick darkness
You have been cheated and mislead
As it is moon
Because of we both are so far
At two ...

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Unseen Visitor

You imprisoned in
Mother’s womb
When I was arrested and imprisoned
In social prison womb

Without seeking the sun and moon
Days and weeks
Months and years passed
And in the meantime you released from uterus

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