Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

721. A Goddess's Ballad 3/28/2013
722. A Glimpse Of Paradise (Sri Lanka) 5/29/2013
723. A Glimpse At A Virgin's Mind 3/15/2014
724. A Glass Of Whiskey 11/24/2013
725. A Glance At A Stranger's Window 6/5/2014
726. A Fluttering Wimple 6/22/2013
727. A Flickering Love 1/30/2013
728. A Fisherman On A Catamaran 5/29/2013
729. A First Kiss 4/11/2014
730. A Drop Of Rain 10/27/2012
731. A Door 4/11/2014
732. A Dilemma Of Color 4/12/2014
733. A Diamond Called Madiba 12/11/2013
734. A Decorated Palm 4/15/2014
735. A Cup Of Tea 1/20/2014
736. A Cosmic Kiss 6/18/2013
737. A Condom (Haiku) 3/30/2013
738. A Compass Of Lust 4/9/2013
739. A Coconut Plucker In Sri Lanka 8/12/2014
740. A Cocktail 3/30/2013
741. A Clay Lamp 4/5/2013
742. A Chocolate Kiss 3/17/2013
743. A Chilled Coca Cola 3/15/2014
744. A Child In Time 4/10/2014
745. A Child Gazing At Lightning 6/5/2014
746. A Carnivore Kiss 4/1/2014
747. A Caramel Miracle 10/22/2012
748. A Candle's Vocation 3/6/2013
749. A Candid Portrait Of War 7/26/2014
750. A Buttterfly Kiss 7/4/2013
751. A Bridge Of Love 3/30/2013
752. A Bottle's Emancipation 3/21/2013
753. A Bottle Of Wine 7/6/2013
754. A Bohemian's Home 7/3/2013
755. A Blind Woman's One Night Stand 6/5/2014
756. A Blind Man's Kiss 5/24/2014
757. A Bitter Man's Heaven 3/23/2014
758. A Belly Dancer 5/22/2013
759. A Banker Of Romance 3/29/2013
760. A Baby And A Butterfly 4/15/2014
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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Kismet's Key

I am all dolled up for a date in cyberspace
As the heart yearns for an adventurous escape
In to the arms of a prince in waiting
For a call from heaven one of mating

Sores on my knees from an eternity on pews
Dust on my lips from an infinity in queues
As the heart tugs every man passing by
The psyche shatters in solitude's sigh

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