nimal dunuhinga

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

nimal dunuhinga Poems

1201. A Lullaby For The Stillborn Infant Who Sleeps In A Trash Bag 6/13/2009
1202. When Our Picnic's Over 6/13/2009
1203. Convulsions Of An Old Stage Actress 6/4/2009
1204. I Cannot Stop A Wandering Cloud Or A Rising Kite 6/5/2009
1205. Tailor's Daughter And The Orphan Boy 6/6/2009
1206. Where Can I Find That Mischievous Butterfly? 6/8/2009
1207. Mariposa 5/26/2009
1208. Next Door Is Not Just A Cafe 5/27/2009
1209. Though It's Bitter The Elixir In My Village Thatched School 5/29/2009
1210. Monkeys, Strawberries & Grapes 5/12/2009
1211. A Sweet Memory 5/21/2009
1212. The New Broom Sweeps Well 5/23/2009
1213. If My Sportive Horse Get Wings 5/15/2009
1214. The Mass Killer Captured Dead; But The Offspring Still Alive 5/16/2009
1215. A Lunatic Asylum And A Sunrise 5/8/2009
1216. The Unborn Child's Request 5/5/2009
1217. Harmony 5/1/2009
1218. Bright Neon Signs Along The Angry Road 5/3/2009
1219. It's Unstoppable 4/27/2009
1220. Whispers In The Star Class Crab Soup Restaurant 4/28/2009
1221. A Tender Heart 4/4/2009
1222. Human Song From Dawn To Dusk 4/5/2009
1223. A Skull Rests On A Table 4/5/2009
1224. Though I Grabbed The Nostalgic Wind She Slipped Away 4/6/2009
1225. I Let Her Know About My Windfall 4/8/2009
1226. When Earth Shows Anger 4/9/2009
1227. Walk Along The Carpet Of Green Grass 4/11/2009
1228. A Writer And His Ink Pad 4/16/2009
1229. I Found A Verse On A Throw Away Bus Ticket 4/16/2009
1230. An Interview For Hangman 4/17/2009
1231. On The Whitewashed Wall 4/13/2009
1232. A Song But No Lyrics 4/20/2009
1233. She Forced Me To Write A Haiku 12/18/2009
1234. Lost Dog; Reward! 12/4/2009
1235. Thanksgiving 11/26/2009
1236. Old Horticulturist And The Disturbed Flowers 11/28/2009
1237. Notification 10/30/2009
1238. Anchovy 10/13/2009
1239. Litter Goes Here 10/15/2009
1240. Girlhood And Boyhood 10/16/2009
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.
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(This violent story tells of a stormy encounter between a female sun and a male moon.)

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Bottleneck

Her rare astonishing love
It's like Braille alphabet.
You have to touch the raised dots and understand.
But caressing is prohibited since a long time.
Then how can he trace this fragile creature?

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