Monthly Archives: August 2012

Threatened

The primeval forest

Does seem to loom

Above this little brook.

The cool brook

Where age old rocks

Stand as if sculpted by nature.

And these fluttering butterflies-

are they heading towards

Adam’s Peak?

But …

The cool water

The breezes that give goosebumps

All these fade to a headache

of a sudden

For above the forest

Loom the transistors:

Like huge iron monsters that

Ate a child’s Christmas up.

 

Yomal Senerath Yapa (University of Kelaniya)

 

What desserts me

Is my gender

You are a boy

While she is a girl

But I am more floue,

Indefinable,

My gender floating

Like round specks of uncollectable

Light inside my body.

Some say I can collect them

And make up a façade

Through needles and forceps

In skilled hands.

But I am left non-plussed.

 

Yomal Senerath Yapa (University of Kelaniya)

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