Friday, December 24, 2010

Uni Student


Politically hibernated,

logically incriminated,

physically humiliated,

mentally intoxicated,

socially separated,

aesthetically executed,

practically terminated,

young being...


Sunday, August 29, 2010

It's Saturday again...













Once we were busy bees
had long chats on Saturdays

The only reason we worried about
was bothering each other

Waited till dusk falls
to watch movies together

Busyness has left us now
we are not bees either

It's Saturday again, but
just staring at each other

Passing lonely weekdays
I'm waiting for another...


Monday, July 26, 2010

සොඳුරු මිනිසකුගේ නික්මයාම...



අපගේ සදාදරණීය ගුරු පියාණන්ට

සහෘද බ්ලොග් රචකයාට

එතුමා ප්‍රාර්ථනා කළාවූ

නිවන් සුව අත්වේවායි පතමි!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Sometimes I feel...










Sometimes I feel,

Why we were born alone

and supposed to live together..?

Why we were born soft

and supposed to live in this rough world..?

Why we were born different

and supposed to be equal..?

Why we were born wild

and expected something called ‘humanity’..?

God! Why you created worst

and asks for the perfect..?


Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/emagic/56206868/

My Screwed New Year Wish...

I posted something like this on my facebook profile as the new year wish. It says everything I want to say.

"පත්වුන උන් වැඩ කරන, පැරදුන උන් ඉවසන, රට නොවිකුණන, විපක්ෂය ආණ්ඩුවට විතරක් විපක්ෂ වෙන, හොරණෑව අඩු, වැඩ වැඩි, බොරු නැති, මඩ නැති, නාගන්නේ නැති, ගාගන්නේ නැති, අන්දන්නේ නැති, දෙන්නේ නැති, පනින්නේ නැති, විශේෂයෙන් තව ඡන්ද නැති, උන්ට වැඩිය අපිට හොඳ, ඊටත් වැඩිය රටට හොඳ සුබම සුබ අලුත් අවුරුද්දක් වේවා!!!"

Happy New Year Friends!!!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Music, Books & Friends













Life is rolling...

With music, books and friends...

Have I missed anything..?

Yeah! It's You...

Life is so cold...

Without You...

Music, books and friends...

Not to make me warm...

Just to stop freezing......

Friday, February 19, 2010

Night & the Darkness


















I was waiting for you...

To be with me tonight...

You were not here...

Only me, in this darkness...

Darkness of the night...

Lightened my mind...

Will you come tomorrow...?

No......

I'm in love with this darkness...

Monday, February 15, 2010

My Blog















No followers...

Even no readers...

Only Me,

Scratching on this web wall......

Sekara & Me














I was walking through the graveyard, saw Sekara's grave...

He was sleeping, with a smile on his face...

Smile? because he is dead now...

He was sleeping in peace without seeing,
how people were killed...

how people were deceived...

how the country was betrayed...

But me? I'm too late......

Whatever You Call It









Day before yesterday she was far away from me...

Yesterday was our bad day...

Today we were supposed to...

Yeah! fate must be kidding with me...

Tomorrow is still laughing......

Sunday, February 14, 2010

My migration to Linux

This blog post is related to my personal Linux experience. First I've to apologize for using English language in my Sinhala Unicode blog site. But I think when we are talking about technology, still it is easy to use English language, because some IT terms are not much familiar with our language.

Since I got to know that I'm using pirated copies of Windows and other software, my mind was filled with guilt. But because of my very poor computer knowledge (I'm not saying my knowledge is good now, but at that time the condition was relatively worse) there was no other option unless using them even with that guilt. My time was passing with computers and I heard about Linux and later about FOSS. There I found the freedom I was searching. Source code was the last thing on my mind and just wanted to be a legitimate user. As an O/L student, I installed my first Linux OS (Mendrake Linux???) after trying several times. Woof! That was a tough job for me. But after succeeding in installation, even seeing those lines 'loading linux kernel...’ delighted me. I always wanted to be a geek and behind the word 'Linux' I saw that geekness. But unfortunately my first Linux experience ended in few months after realizing that being a computer geek is not easy as they appear on Sci-Fi movies. I had to give up and stay as a 'stupid Windows user', but never doubted the power of open source software and the importance of using FOSS as a developing country. I was glad to see Microsoft agents hanging around Sri Lanka with their business eye because I knew that their arrival will cause for a big change in software industry (positive???). But only IT professionals saw it as a good change because only they knew the benefits of being exceptional and ethical.

Same as my previous blog posts (including few posts in my computer with no endings) this post also going to be too long. So I mark the end of this post from here. The rest of my story and my future steps on Linux will be published as new blog posts. I think I’ve used to exploit the freedom in blogging by writing crazy notes like this.