nimal dunuhinga

Rookie - 151 Points (19, April,1951 / kalubovila East, Sri Lanka)

She Sings From Her Soft Heart! - Poem by nimal dunuhinga

My speechless Dove, I hear your song frequently
That has no words but it's very heavy.
We came together and I have heard this
since my previous births too.
This song of the road gives me the courage to step forward
And make sure that we have to walk hand-in-hand further?
I adore your melancholy song as it never changed
Its tune & rhythm?
Though we faced many obstacles
One day we definitely cross the river
And leave the song at the bank,
Let recite the others who need the ferry to row peacefully!

To my beloved wife who supplies me the ingredients to enrich the life's bitter cake.

[*What's a family? Is it a genetic chain, parents & offspring, people like me? Or it's a social construct, an economic unit, optimal for child rearing and divisions of Labor? Or it's something else entirely: A store of shared memories, say? An ambit of love? A reach across the void? ]- 'Dreams from my father'......Barack Obama

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  • Unwritten Soul (4/12/2012 9:15:00 AM)

    Such a nice feeling sung by two doves, one in poetry one in his mind(the one he dedicates to)
    ..What is family? Family is a group of member who live to care and in love to struggle as one boat to survive in heavy waves, we can have big or small family but the close one in hearts..whoever who stand beside you that's is one of the could be genetic but it serves as possessive carbon copy, could be souls who tie among the hearts in many who is who u love to be in group, may you have great day with your family any place, day and time, , just bring love it's a key_Unwritten Soul
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 8, 2012

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