Dilantha Gunawardana


Pouty - Poem by Dilantha Gunawardana

Pouty are her lips waiting for the evasive kiss
An imprint of amour in its everlasting bliss
He is at the sanctified alter waiting for the bride
For the advent of bliss in her mystical euphoric tide

Pouty are the advertisements and billboards that promote sexual appeal
As explodes the sexual revolution as values gently peal
Always a lass on screen with the ring finger at her pout
To attract male personas in their pheromone charged stout

Pouty are the lips of the new born tots
As they hover in a galaxy of paper stars but stalled in their cots
As the lips suckle the generosity of the milk that flow
Life constructs lego pieces in a synchronized flow
Cultivating life from the arms of dependency and innocence
As metamorphoses adult life from infancy's evanescence

Pouty are the surging rivers that diverge to the flanks
As the streams of their miraculous flow pleasure the sea tanks
A virgin to humanity as civilization is yet to contaminate
As the stilt fisherman stall for the catch to bait
A journey to the seas that God silently intervened
As the farmers cultivate from the surging streams

As day break dawns the pouts of Aeolus's lips
As she sways the cultivars with a gently tap of her hips
Stored in the Lipari islands off the coast of Sicily
Yet she is free from the clutches of the Cosa Nostra family
Her pouts are a force to be reckoned, a crusading force
Not even the animals can escape nor can the specter of ghosts

These are the many faces of pouts that linger
For the fleet at heart even the philosophical thinker
Pouts will hover like a incessant mist in the realms of our esprit
For us to embrace pouts of joy in their unfolding glee


Poet's Notes about The Poem

A poem on the many pouts of providence

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Poem Submitted: Monday, February 4, 2013



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