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Oasis Indunil Madhusankha All the living are a caravan caught in the sterile desert of suffering Embattled in the timeless sansÄ ric journey Sans a purpose, quite unaware of a way of crossing the desert The Buddha, the most fabulous of all teachers Now is in the oasis, having circumvented the barrenness Renunciation, as the Blessed One preaches, clears the path to the salvation, to the Oasis, located beyond the arid desert of suffering [This poem was first published by Lost Tower Publications in the international anthology of poetry, Journeys Along the Silk Road by Selected International Poets]

Indunil Madhusankha is currently an undergraduate in the Faculty of Science of the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. While his major involvement is with the areas of Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, he pursues a successful writing career as a poet and content writer. He has received several awards from some National Level English Essay Competitions. Indunil has written a volume of poetry entitled, Oasis, which explores diverse dimensions of society and he has been published in several international anthologies, journals and magazines. Moreover, he has undertaken research projects pertaining to the areas of ELT and Sri Lankan Literature in English.

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Profile for Tipton Poetry Journal

Tipton Poetry Journal #29  

Winter 2016

Tipton Poetry Journal #29  

Winter 2016

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