Arugam Bay

Beach_Sunset_at_Point_Chevalier_Beach_-_Auckland

In that wet-monsoon night
We stood in the rain and danced on mud puddles
To make a memory stand out
And what I saw through your sheer cotton top
Was the clairvoyance of our chemistry
And the riches of your heart
– It seems the pummeling rain
Just made our friendship end –
And a little edition of love stormed through my heart
And all I could do was grab your hand
And make monsoonal tempests on your lips
And we made love in the ungodly hours
Until the sun snuck on us.
Fools they say see the clock arms
Turn with fury and they rush in
Scrambled with raw emotions
To kindle time with ecstasy and we eclipsed each other
Your aura and my umbra coalesced until
There was only one contour
Delineating one silhouette
As you and me crashed and burned
Like iron sheared flint.

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meandererworld (Dilantha Gunawardana)

Dr Dilantha Gunawardana is a molecular biologist, who graduated from the University of Melbourne. He moonlights as a poet. Dilantha wrote his first poem at the ripe age of 32 and now has more than 1700 poems on his blog. His poems have been accepted/published in Forage, Kitaab, Eastlit, American Journal of Poetry and Ravens Perch, among others. He was also awarded the prize for "The emerging writer of the year - 2016" in the Godage National Literary Awards, Sri Lanka for his first collection of poems (Kite Dreams – A Sarasavi Publication), while being shortlisted for the poetry prize. Dilantha is a dual citizen of Sri Lanka and Australia, and shares his experiences from two different cultures. He blogs at - https://meandererworld. wordpress.com/

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