Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

601. The Atm Machine (Haiku) 4/19/2013
602. The Auburn Lighthouse 10/28/2013
603. The Barometric Man 4/12/2013
604. The Beggar 4/12/2014
605. The Beggar Of Love 1/13/2013
606. The Book 4/18/2014
607. The Boy From Colombo 1/28/2013
608. The Broom 5/1/2015
609. The Caged Bird Sings 9/7/2014
610. The Call Of Africa (Ethiopia In The 80s) 11/28/2012
611. The Camel 4/14/2015
612. The Carcinogen 7/3/2013
613. The Circle Of Love 4/17/2013
614. The Color Of Love 7/9/2013
615. The Crucible 7/1/2013
616. The Disenchanted Chorus Of Love 4/5/2014
617. The Divine Storyteller 11/18/2012
618. The Dream Within The Memory 3/27/2014
619. The Drunkard 1/15/2013
620. The Evergreen Harbor 6/19/2013
621. The Firefly Of Empathy 7/2/2013
622. The First Kiss And The Last 4/14/2014
623. The First Time 4/17/2014
624. The First Time (A Male Perspective) 3/28/2014
625. The First Walk 2/11/2013
626. The Flames Of Destiny 11/4/2012
627. The Fossil Of Love 7/1/2013
628. The G String 2/3/2014
629. The Girl From Chile 7/12/2013
630. The Gospel Of Change 8/25/2013
631. The Hand That Rocks The Cradle 8/23/2012
632. The Holiest Truth Of Man 3/11/2014
633. The Iceberg 4/23/2014
634. The Impossible 3/12/2014
635. The Indigo Blue Nomads (Ode To The Tuaregs) 7/6/2013
636. The Jester (The Parrot) 1/7/2013
637. The Legacy Of An Umbrella 2/18/2013
638. The Legacy Of The Soil 11/1/2012
639. The Lingering Drought 2/19/2014
640. The Man That Sits Next To You In Graduate School 3/28/2014
Best Poem of Dilantha Gunawardana

Haikus On Pregnancy (Imperfect Haikus)

Umbilical Cord

The tap root of man
Permeating the soil of a goddess
On planet womb


Womb

Two heart beats
Entrapment in a body
Resonance


Unwed Mother

Careless contraceptives
Or immaculate conception
Echoes of infamy

Father

The benevolent man
And his miraculous seed
Micro credit

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Flame

Like a flame that seeks redemption,
From Aeolus's thrusts,
Via a pair of palms that unite,
To form a monumental wall;
I seek my own pair of palms;
To unite for a simple prayer;
For a miraculous intervention;
Two eyes that stare at mine's;
With a symbiotic dependency.

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