In Memoriam Of Their Serenity - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
I like to sleep again in a cradle.
Where is my perambulator?
I lost my feeding bottle
and the bootees are not fit now.
My beautiful mom who was the protectress
of this fawn.
When I crawl you gave me your big hand
my handsome dad.
Where did you go with my poor mom?
When I take my children to school in the morning
I see both of you through the mist at the handrail
with my old books.
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