Nisadas is a sinhala word, used to describe the mostly unstructured forms of poetry that is generally found in the local university publications, local student publications and certain websites.
I’ve found that “Nisadas” is also the plural form of the “Nisada” who were Aboriginal residents of what is present day Africa – according to the Indian texts.
Since my attempts at poetry resemble pottery that has become recently acquainted with a particularly blunt intrument, this site is not devoted to poetry.
Due to the lack of resemblance between either myself or my immediate family and relatives to the residents of what is present day Africa, I can find no reason why this site would be about “The Nisadas”.
This site is compiled by Dulan Abeyratne. It is a compilation of random thoughts and issues that he would like to share with his friends and associates.
I’m an eclectic guy, with varying views and opinions. I live in sunny Sri Lanka, which is a lovely country, if you know how to deal with it.
So the premise?
Nisadas – thoughts. unstructured.
My views. On a rare and random basis.