She was Yasodharā …

By Indunil Madhusankha   (Previously published in the PoetryExpressed Magazine) Having granted the Aniyata Vivarana by the Dīpankara Buddha, the Bodhisattva had her by his side in all his innumerable births, aiding him quite enormously as he fulfilled the Pāramitā Born as a Kinnari in the silvery Mountain of the Moon, she wailed unceasingly with … Continue reading She was Yasodharā …

I am not Going to Prepare Kevun this Time

By Indunil Madhusankha   (Previously published in the international anthology of poetry, “Moonlight Dreamers of Yellow Haze” on 12th March 2016)   Loku Naenda sitting still on a bench watched the framed photograph of her son, my cousin, that made an exhibition of him in his army uniform and fortitude My puerile questionnaire had its … Continue reading I am not Going to Prepare Kevun this Time

Poems by Indunil Madhusankha

He is a Fisherman (Previously published in the international anthology of poetry, “Temptation” by Lost Tower Publications on 18th January 2016)          He is a fisherman, shrewd and seasoned He has a line with a workable bait, the bait of love rich with ostentatious gesticulations and highly appealing flirtations He uses it to catch … Continue reading Poems by Indunil Madhusankha