Van Gogh (3 Haiku Poems)

Poem By Dilantha Gunawardana

Constellations of two eyes

Twinkling irises
On a milky white horizon
Van Gogh masterpiece


Star struck eyes
Supernova temperaments
Genius of absinthe


Sharp as a knife
Dark as the night
The conundrum of genius

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