Dilantha Gunawardana

Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

881. Where Dreams Go 9/19/2015
882. Where Truth Dwells 4/11/2014
883. Whispers From The Seabed 3/7/2013
884. White 4/13/2014
885. Who Owns The Flower On Grass? 4/12/2014
886. Why I Kiss My Wife... 10/16/2015
887. Why I Shave........(Ode To Making Out) 10/15/2015
888. Widower 8/20/2015
889. Wife 2/23/2016
890. Wife - A Tale Of Identity 9/17/2014
891. Wind Beneath My Sails 6/24/2013
892. Wind The Nymph 4/17/2014
893. Winston Smith 3/16/2014
894. Woman 3/7/2015
895. Woman (For International Women's Day) 3/8/2014
896. Woman 2 3/7/2015
897. Woman 3 3/8/2015
898. Woman 4 (Girl You Will Be A Woman Soon) 10/27/2015
899. Words Of Wisdom For The Rare Homo Sapiens 4/14/2015
900. Yellow 11/23/2012
901. Yester Heaven 7/16/2013
902. Your Blue Sea 9/26/2015
903. Your Spring My Love 4/22/2014
904. Yuletide 4/14/2014

Comments about Dilantha Gunawardana

  • Amrita Pattanaik Amrita Pattanaik (2/24/2014 12:43:00 PM)

    What he writes is awe inspiring... It's rare to see thoughts put into words this way rather his way. After Percy Shelley, I look up to him for inspiration.
    Dear Poet,
    Keep writing since there are people who write because you write.

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  • Yussuf Muktar (5/26/2013 8:49:00 AM)

    I admire your poetic writings and critical thinking. I invite you to share and evaluate my poems. Thanks

Best Poem of Dilantha Gunawardana

Woman 3

Show me a woman
That can turn a man with her hips
In the artistry of burlesque and belly
Show me a woman
That can be filled with pancakes
And fill a size 16 dress
Show me a woman
Who can kiss you like spring
And color you like autumn
Show me a woman
That can hold you like a harbor
And scaffold your spirits with her hold
Show me a woman
That can collapse your knees
Even in the absence of a ring
Show me a woman
Who can wrench real tears
And soak a cotton handkerchief
Show me a woman
That can fill you and empty you
Like water to finite...

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Like a flame that seeks redemption,
From Aeolus's thrusts,
Via a pair of palms that unite,
To form a monumental wall;
I seek my own pair of palms;
To unite for a simple prayer;
For a miraculous intervention;
Two eyes that stare at mine's;
With a symbiotic dependency.

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