nimal dunuhinga

Rookie - 140 Points (19, April,1951 / kalubovila East, Sri Lanka)

Let all the Religions be cooled in hot Seasons!


The Gaza Strip has been home to a significant branch of the contemporary Palestinian art movement since the mid 20th century. Notable artists include painters Fayez Sersawi, Abdul Rahman al Muzayan and Ismail Shammout, and media artists Taysir Batniji (who lives in France) and Laila al Shawa (who lives in London) . An EMERGING GENERATION of artists is also active in nonprofit art organizations such as Windows From Gaza and Eltiqa Group, which regularly host exhibitions and events open to the public.



Not a beggar
but a beggar like man!
Who's at the abandoned station
of Humanity?
Takes out his broken lute
from his satchel and he sings;
'Jesus said not to pour Wine
to the old skin?
yes the politicians are far away from PUBLIC
after the big elections and the poor vote
to the same Hitler!
Who comes to the stage without the typical mustache.
brother kills a brother for barriers & boundaries
Poor dreams beautiful houses and tasty food
Silken dress they wear for all the seasons?
And when they SICK search the holy places to worship?
O The frustrated Preacher keeps his big BOOK aside
and scratches a lottery, life's a GAMBLE
And What else?

nimal dunu

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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