Repentance - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
She pawned her jewelry
and gave me the education.
Where is she now?
The lamp blow out
and from the lightning I studied.
But I failed the Exams.
Still sitting in the life-school.
If the world is a square
then I could have hide in a corner
but the world is a globular?
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