nimal dunuhinga Poems
|1841.||A Bride From An Orphanage||10/21/2006|
|1842.||A Blind Lover's Lament||3/14/2008|
|1843.||A Blind Gypsy And His Piccolo||10/31/2007|
|1844.||A Black Sun Peeps Through The Cotton Wool Sky||9/20/2008|
|1845.||A Bluestocking And A Lilliput||1/4/2006|
|1847.||A Beggar Maid's Breakdown In The Life Cycle||11/18/2006|
|1848.||A Bird Has No Wings In The Storm||11/3/2005|
|1849.||* I Was Born By The River||11/18/2009|
|1850.||*moon Rapes His Sister Sun||7/11/2008|
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*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.)
I Like To Be
A black puppy on the road to heaven
but scared of rabies.
A Well-to-do lady will take me
on her way bounds home.
If I am a pebble at a riverside
or a pearl in a deep sea.
Remove my heavy garments
and be naked at a peak of a mountain
before I jump.