nimal dunuhinga

Rookie - 151 Points (19, April,1951 / kalubovila East, Sri Lanka)

nimal dunuhinga Poems

41. A Catnap On A Catafalque 11/1/2010
42. A Chimpanzee Cries In The Cage 12/29/2010
43. A Clown Among The Stars 11/19/2010
44. A Comedy Of Error 12/7/2006
45. A Consonant Of A Pallid Soul 12/29/2009
46. A Consumptive Coolie's Gossamer Daughter 10/1/2006
47. A Coral Flower Dwells At The Zenith 11/20/2010
48. A Country Lass Weaves A Cane Basket In Her Lifestyle 7/12/2009
49. A Country Lassie Writes To A Farm Boy 8/14/2010
50. A Courtesy With A Black Bear 12/16/2009
51. A Cowboy On A Wooden Horse 7/2/2007
52. A Cripple Ant Near A Mango Tree 10/3/2008
53. A Dainty Flower In The Rib Cage! 1/27/2014
54. A Daughter Writes To Her Father Who's In The Battlefield! 8/29/2011
55. A Deaf Hears The Christmas Tree Cries 12/12/2010
56. A Death In The Opposite House! 4/25/2012
57. A Decayed Inn 12/8/2005
58. A Deer Hunt 7/22/2007
59. A Demigoddess Walks In Diabolic Street 12/18/2006
60. A Dewy Tear On A Cobweb 5/2/2010
61. A Dialogue 11/2/2005
62. A Different World 11/7/2005
63. A Diplomat From Hell Walk Along The Heaven Street 6/2/2009
64. A Discard Doll 1/29/2009
65. A Disrepair Soul In The Monorail 8/1/2008
66. A Dog With Its Chain Walks Behind Me 8/19/2010
67. A Domesticate Little Sparrow 6/7/2007
68. A Dot 4/7/2010
69. A Dreamer's Peninsula 5/24/2008
70. A Dreamer's Schizophrenic Jigsaw Puzzle 4/19/2008
71. A Drifter As Driftwood 12/7/2006
72. A Dumb Hero's Tomb Speaks In Darkness 3/25/2009
73. A Dust Cleaner Marries A Street Sweeper 3/10/2011
74. A Dying Man Requests For An Extra Time 7/29/2010
75. A Faint Light In The Darkness 1/13/2007
76. A Faint Smile In Her Teary Eyes 4/2/2006
77. A Faint-Hearted Dinky Doll 12/26/2006
78. A Faithful Mirror And Human Error 3/2/2011
79. A Female Spider’s Cobweb And A Scrawny Poor Man 12/28/2006
80. A Ferryman And His Blind Dog! 6/14/2011

Comments about nimal dunuhinga

  • Madhabi Banerjee Madhabi Banerjee (4/8/2017 2:56:00 AM)


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  • Kaio Clark (10/13/2011 9:24:00 PM)

    Just a note of your bio, it's spelt Australia

  • Mohammad Muzzammil Mohammad Muzzammil (1/27/2011 10:26:00 PM)

    I've read your poem and found you are a great poet to introduce world with things that happen around us, and we are ignoring them. The poems by him are the language of heart that can be understood by the people who had human milk and kind to hear the pulpititations of their heart.

  • Jerry Hughes (8/23/2009 4:52:00 PM)

    Over 1100 poems and still writing, well done Nima, obviously your creative well remains full. Warmly, Jerry

  • Palas Kumar Ray Palas Kumar Ray (7/15/2008 12:06:00 AM)

    Dear nimal, you write so different!
    perhaps I need read you more before I make comments on your compositions individually.
    Keep it up.

  • Joseph Daly (3/28/2008 6:38:00 PM)

    For once it may help the reader of Nimal's works, to look at his resume. Nimal uses English as a second language but he uses his grasp of the tongue to portray some beautifully wise themes. Nimal is one of the most natural poets on this site. He concerns himself with structure and theme but recognises his limitations in the use of English. It is this that works so well and gives us an authentic look at his work. It is perhaps, rare that one comes across a talent that can turn a lack of something into a virtue and create an original and dynamic art,

    Since writing this about Nimal I have observed great changes in his work. I think that he has utilised his limitations on the English language, to outstanding and unique levels.

    I firmly believe that Nimal is one of the best poets I have read and it is a crime that his work is not more widely known.

    For me, Nimal is a master, whose uniqueness would be difficult to improve upon. It is rare that an artists work should give us so much of the individual, but I feel that Nimal's work does just that.

  • Shani Bogamuwa (8/31/2007 5:54:00 PM)

    Hello Nimal Uncle you have very excellent poems

  • Duncan Wyllie (7/14/2006 3:58:00 PM)

    Nimal's work carries such a strong theme and always beautifully expressed and the flow and style never seem to disapoint, I have enjoyed reading Nimals words for some time and if asked of the quality and depth of feeling expressed I would say, very moving and so worth the read
    Love duncan X

  • David Tanguay (1/7/2006 5:30:00 PM)

    I agree with Denise! Nimal has a heart of gold, I do not have to look up a definition of a word in the dictionary to understand where his greatness lies.Love speaks louder than words

  • Amanda Lukas (11/4/2005 1:06:00 PM)

    I'm kind of new to this site, but I've been finding myself constantly reading and enjoying your work. Please continue to bless us with it.

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.
(This violent story tells of a stormy encounter between a female sun and a male moon.)

Read the full of *moon Rapes His Sister Sun

A Thick Slick

In an avenged park
somebody's love is floating
on an isolated pond.
The lovers at the beginning
very soft hearted like butterflies.
Is this the nature who becomes
venomous Hornets
and abandon the love astray?

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