Dilantha Gunawardana


Dilantha Gunawardana Poems

41. A First Kiss 4/11/2014
42. A Fisherman On A Catamaran 5/29/2013
43. A Flickering Love 1/30/2013
44. A Fluttering Wimple 6/22/2013
45. A Glance At A Stranger's Window 6/5/2014
46. A Glass Of Whiskey 11/24/2013
47. A Glimpse At A Virgin's Mind 3/15/2014
48. A Glimpse Of Paradise (Sri Lanka) 5/29/2013
49. A Goddess's Ballad 3/28/2013
50. A Grain Of Rice 5/9/2014
51. A Grove Of Bamboo 1/20/2013
52. A Hammock 1/31/2013
53. A Hibiscus 5/4/2014
54. A History Lesson In Art 3/18/2013
55. A Home For Our Dreams 8/19/2015
56. A Homely Kiss 6/25/2013
57. A Jewel 4/11/2014
58. A Journey Of Touch 6/19/2013
59. A Kind Act 4/12/2014
60. A Kiss 10/16/2012
61. A Kiss (2) 1/26/2013
62. A Kiss (4) 4/11/2014
63. A Kiss (5) 6/30/2014
64. A Kiss (6) 4/11/2014
65. A Kiss (8) 12/16/2015
66. A Kite 3/4/2016
67. A Kite In Jaffna 3/16/2015
68. A Leper Of Love 2/22/2013
69. A Lesson In Sex-Ed 10/27/2015
70. A Lesson In The Chemistry Of World Peace 7/31/2015
71. A Liar's Truth 3/9/2014
72. A Lie (In The Contemporary) 4/11/2014
73. A Love So Precious 4/17/2013
74. A Love So Rare 6/30/2013
75. A Love Story - Sun And Earth 4/26/2013
76. A Love Triangle Under The Monsoons 3/29/2014
77. A Mad Man's Truth 3/7/2014
78. A Magical Journal 2/24/2013
79. A Mahout's Tale 8/6/2012
80. A Masochist's Dream 4/22/2014
Best Poem of Dilantha Gunawardana

Woman 3

Show me a woman
That can turn a man with her hips
In the artistry of burlesque and belly
Show me a woman
That can be filled with pancakes
And fill a size 16 dress
Show me a woman
Who can kiss you like spring
And color you like autumn
Show me a woman
That can hold you like a harbor
And scaffold your spirits with her hold
Show me a woman
That can collapse your knees
Even in the absence of a ring
Show me a woman
Who can wrench real tears
And soak a cotton handkerchief
Show me a woman
That can fill you and empty you
Like water to finite...

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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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