nimal dunuhinga Poems
|1841.||You Have To Work?||6/14/2012|
|1842.||You Impressed Me There Are Seven Days A Week||11/20/2009|
|1843.||You Must Learn An Indoor Game To Survive?||7/8/2012|
|1844.||You Padlock A Butterfly||7/17/2006|
|1846.||Your Facial Expression Still A Puzzle For Me?||9/4/2012|
|1847.||Your Grandma Is A Flower||7/14/2009|
|1848.||You'Re Still Alive In My Sad World||3/27/2013|
|1849.||You'Re Still Here||12/18/2008|
|1850.||Zoo In The Man!||7/30/2011|
*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.)
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
and abandon the love astray?