Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

41. Unguarded 1/17/2013
42. Unforgiven Lips 4/14/2014
43. Unfaithful 3/19/2014
44. Undressing An Arranged Marriage 5/15/2014
45. Under A Paper Moon 5/24/2014
46. Unconditional 2/14/2013
47. Umbilical Cord 6/8/2012
48. Two Virgins And A Clandestiine Twilight 2/3/2014
49. Two ‘nuclei' Become One 1/14/2013
50. Turbulence (Ode To Manic Depression) 4/25/2014
51. Truth (2) 3/28/2015
52. Truth - The Ultimate Metamorphosis 4/28/2014
53. Truth 3/13/2014
54. True Love (Green) 3/15/2013
55. True Love 3/7/2013
56. Trenches Of Melancholy 8/12/2012
57. Treasure 4/11/2014
58. Transcending Blindness 11/6/2012
59. Transcending Barcodes 4/18/2013
60. Transcendent Beauty 6/24/2013
61. Tradition 3/13/2014
62. Too Many 4/13/2014
63. Tombstone 2/22/2014
64. Timbuktu 1/25/2013
65. Thy Crystal Ball 3/5/2013
66. The Zoo Of Man 6/27/2013
67. The Wine Glass 4/23/2013
68. The Wide Eyed Boy And The Cowardly Man 3/19/2014
69. The White Flag 4/22/2013
70. The White Cane Of Companionship 6/20/2013
71. The War At Home 7/7/2013
72. The Virgin And The Lover 4/15/2014
73. The Urn 3/15/2013
74. The Transfiguration Of A Beast 5/2/2013
75. The Tide And The Moon 6/26/2013
76. The Theory Of Relativity 3/11/2014
77. The Teardrop Eden (Sri Lanka) 6/11/2013
78. The Sun 4/6/2013
79. The Spirit Of The Wild 7/12/2013
80. The Sound Of Silence 2/3/2013
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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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