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.)
My Rare Pet Dog
His name is 'Marco' a crossed german shepherd.
I have only two daughters and I loved this rare creature
as my obedient son.
Marco understands everything except talking.
When my daughters go to school
he goes with them to the bus stop
and wait there until a bus comes.
Then come back home and wags his tail
saying they are gone safely.