Sumudu Samarawickrama

7 Poems by Sumudu Samarawickrama

Poutchensing Uppi break our tongues       Uppi find holes in our ears       sink as you tell us to kneel Small allowances to make the Akkaraya split into six, one less than the Sumānaya, at least one less then. Torn …

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And This Too Shall Pass

After Hera Lindsay Bird You make me want to lick all the stars for their strawberry centres And then, sick from those candy hearts, I would clamber into our bed and Hold your too long limbs in a Sympathy with …

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Magan Magan Reviews deciBels 3

Poetry as a form permits one the ability to see, touch, bend and examine the human experiences that we may find elusive. All of a sudden, the glances from others we would have otherwise missed, start to make sense. Haunted words that follow us our entire life begin to destruct. And a voice that belongs leaps out of the page and into the world, leaving a roadmap to follow.

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