Thivanka Perera

Strange Messiah - Poem by Thivanka Perera

At break of dawn a yellow moon
And white sun juxtaposed above pastures,
Prickly leaves in an unprecedented hue
Greeting the ambivalence;
A magnificent, rare sculpture from nature
Binding creativity on a vivid scale,
Biting stark reality,
Bellowing before assorted humans
Gulping breath thru a life-long lens.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 15, 2005

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