Dilantha Gunawardana

Biography of Dilantha Gunawardana

I am an academic, a lecturer/scientist in the Molecular Plant Sciences and an accidental poet who experiments with poetry. I am a dreamer by default (blame it on the genes: -)) and I am a realist on occasion. Love creativity and dread monotony, a late bloomer who loves the little things in life, from fireflies to Haiku poems and star-lit skies to quirky trivia.

Blog - http: //meandererworld.wordpress.com/

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African Child

In this dire corner
Of the long-forgotten King Solomon's mines
Slender copper varnished bones
Draw murky muddy water
As an innocent seemingly-attentive
Face looks on, unknowing
That the umbilical cord of love
Is as strong as the rope
That carries a bucketful

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