Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

721. Two ‘nuclei' Become One 1/14/2013
722. Two Virgins And A Clandestiine Twilight 2/3/2014
723. Umbilical Cord 6/8/2012
724. Unconditional 2/14/2013
725. Under A Paper Moon 5/24/2014
726. Undressing An Arranged Marriage 5/15/2014
727. Unfaithful 3/19/2014
728. Unforgiven Lips 4/14/2014
729. Unguarded 1/17/2013
730. Unpretty 4/20/2014
731. Unsealed With A Kiss 6/22/2013
732. Unshattered Only For You - A Love Story Of Rice 1/14/2013
733. Unspoken Words 8/11/2012
734. Van Gogh (3 Haiku Poems) 6/5/2014
735. Vanity 3/28/2013
736. Vanity - The Perfect Narcotic 4/24/2014
737. Verses For A Wedding Card 4/28/2014
738. Vesuvius Of Flatulence 2/25/2013
739. Virgin Monologues 10/19/2013
740. Virginity 3/11/2014
741. Virgins 1/31/2014
742. Virgnity (2) 6/5/2014
743. Voyage Of Thought 3/11/2014
744. War 3/7/2013
745. War Undressed 9/2/2014
746. Water (A Journey Of A Woman) 4/3/2014
747. Water (Ode To Manic Depression) 10/28/2013
748. Water 2 1/10/2014
749. Wedding Day Blues 9/7/2014
750. What Meets The Eye 4/1/2014
751. When Memories Are Pixelated 6/4/2013
752. Where Do Broken Hearts Go 3/16/2013
753. Where Truth Dwells 4/11/2014
754. Whispers From The Seabed 3/7/2013
755. White 4/13/2014
756. Who Owns The Flower On Grass? 4/12/2014
757. Wife - A Tale Of Identity 9/17/2014
758. Wind Beneath My Sails 6/24/2013
759. Wind The Nymph 4/17/2014
760. Winston Smith 3/16/2014
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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