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Poems… since the childhood, most of us have heard about poems. Actually what is a poem? We can find various definitions for that. But the simple thing is that a poem is a form of literature that uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities of language. Or someone can define it as a self-contained text which makes sense same as it stands. When saying poems, at one glance, the English poetry comes to our mind. Not only English poems, but we can find many beautiful Sinhala poems now. Earlier, we were able to get these Sinhala poems only by printed media. But now, you can find various meaningful Sinhala poems in the internet also. First of all to these Sri Lankan poems, let’s look into more deep about the term of poem and learn how to enjoy a poem properly.

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Do you know that poetry is a word of Greek origin? And it came from a verb with means “to make, to create”. Actually the precise origins of poetry are unknown, but has a long history. It is an ancient art and the early poems evolved from folk songs. And it was born as an oral form and it accompanied by simple music and dance. Later, as a result of that, people developed it to feature with repetition, verse form and rhyme. Probably these poems are expressing what people regarded as meaningful and memorable in their lives. They are; life, natural beauty or disaster, births and deaths, battles, brave actions and so on.

And keep in mind, just a sight, you can’t enjoy a poem. You can enjoy the poem, if you’ll find the answers to these question at any particular poem. In approaching a poem, you can ask the text some simple questions which should help you to understand it:

01.  What is the poem about?

02.  Who is the voice speaking in the poem?

03.  To whom is the poem addressing?

04.  How is the poem written?

05.  Why has the poem been written?

When talking about Sinhala Poems furthermore, you can find various beautiful poetry that touch our culture, Sri Lankan lifestyle and Sri Lankan heart. Even in here, you can find numerous poems written under different topics. Some topics are; life, romance, friendship, hate, pain of love, last stage of the life, parenting and so on. Therefore, don’t miss the chance, enjoy these meaningful Sinhala Poems and get a chance to look into the world through the eyes!

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SMS is one of essential things and a useful thing in this modern world. From teenagers to adults, everyone is using this service. Though many guys are using this SMS service, most of them are not much aware about the meaning of these 3 letters SMS… Actually it is Short Message Service. Rather than matured people, this SMS service is popular among youth people. People are using this SMS service for various purposes. However, Sinhala Love SMS is one of popular things that Sri Lankan youth is using via this SMS facility. Some young people save these Sinhala Love SMS in their mobile phones too. Most of young lovers are getting benefits of this. Because they know that making a relationship is very simple but keeping it is very difficult. Therefore, this SMS service is helpful to them motivate each other and to share their thoughts well.

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Origin of the SMS

Do you know how this SMS became to use? There was an engineer called Neil Papworth who worked in the UK and he was the first person who sent the first SMS in 1992. He had sent that SMS as “Merry Christmas”, by using his computer. But the concept of SMS was originated in 1984 and a German guy called Friedhelm Hillebrand was the idea generator. His concept was to send a message which was amount to fewer than 160 characters and to send via a type writer.

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However, once the first SMS was sent in 1992, the Finnish phone-maker Nokia debuts the first mobile phone that’s introduced SMS facility in 1993. But it had some obstacles. Then the Vodafone launched a share-price alert system for business people in 1994 by eliminating those limitations. Then in 1995, there was another evolution in SMS technology. That is; “T9” system, which predicts texting based on what letters you’re typing was introduced. After 04 years, the facility of sending SMS via various types of networks was introduced.

According to the statistical records, is said that Americans began to send 35 texts per month in 2000. And the 2002 records were said that there was more than 250 billion SMS messages are sent worldwide. According to the 2011 statistical records, 7.4 trillion SMS texts were sent around the world. Isn’t it amazing?

Such a developed SMS service is using in Sri Lanka in different ways. Among those ways, Sinhala Love SMS is taken priority. Now you can type these Sinhala Love SMS by using the both languages; Sinhala and English. And these Love SMS will touch your hearts and the wordings are talking to pure Sri Lankan hearts. Because the words have mixed with Sri Lankan culture and style. So, time to enjoy these meaningful Sinhala Love SMS.

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Sinhala Wadan

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Quotation…. What is this? Actually, it is the repetition of one expression as part of another one. If you will look at the newspapers, books or will surf in the internet, you can find various types of popular quotations. But majority of those quotes are in English language. Because of that, sometimes, when we’re going to translate them into our language, we’re facing some difficulties. Hence, under the Sinhala Wadan, you can find various popular quotes which are translated into Sinhala. These Sinhala Wadan are from our Sri Lankans as well as from quotations of other nations’ great characters. As these quotes in Sinhala language, you can easily understand them and can enjoy well.

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Reasons to Use Sinhala Wadan

  • People are using these quotes to illuminate the meaning
  • Some are using these Sinhala Wadan in order to support the arguments of the work in which it is being quoted
  • And some other people use these quotes as a means of inspiration and to invoke philosophical thoughts from the reader
  • Some users need to make a statement of the user’s beliefs or to spread views and ideas

Even books, magazines and newspapers are providing the popular quotes, the internet is the most popular browser to search these kind of things in this modern world. However, now Sri Lankans can find these quotes in the internet as Sinhala Wadan. In order to give a glimpse of the user’s personality, these quotes are normally included. So, when you are including these Sinhala Wadan, you should be careful of its’ meanings. Because they can harm to your personality. These quotations will come under various themes, such as life, happiness, love, being oneself, the necessity of compromise, standing up for one’s opinion, tolerance, and humbleness and so on. There is a quotation “the most important thing is to enjoy your life – to be happy – it’s all that matters”. So, here you can enjoy the various interesting quotes in Sinhala language.

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Do you know that we should keep looking up? We can learn from the past, dream about the future and look up. There’s nothing like a beautiful sunset to end a healthy day. Life, nature, animals and people… all are teaching many lessons to us. So, don’t you like to have some beautiful wordings in your own language? Here, you can find various beautiful and meaningful Sinhala wordings under Sinhala Nisadas. Sometimes, the things or wordings are touching our hearts, when they are in our own language rather than in other languages. These Sinhala poems mainly talks about the positive relationships, the ways of facing life challenges, deep love and encouragements.

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Among various subjects, Sinhala Nisadas shares the wordings about love mainly. Actually what is love? Everyone can define it his/her own ways. But the most acceptable meaning of love is one in which the loved one is free to be himself. Not only that but also to laugh with his partner, but never at his partner; to cry with his partner, but never because of his partner; to love life, to love himself, to love being loved. These Nisadas is expressing that real relationships are based upon freedom and can never grow in a jealous heart. And many Nisadas is talking about the lessons from the life. Actually in love, people find out who they want to be and in war they find out who they are. Here you can find some wordings about the pain of love also.

A flower knows, when its butterfly will return. And if the moon walks out, the sky will understand. But sometimes, people get hurt to watch their dearests leave so soon and when they don’t know, if their dearests will ever come back. Actually people live in this world with having relationships and bonding. They are like sand held in our hands. If we held loosely, with an open hand, the sand remains where it is. But the minute we close our hand and squeeze tightly to hold on, the sand trickles through our fingers. We may hold onto some of it, but most will be spilled. That is the nature of our lives and our relationships. Sinhala poems will talk about all these subjects so smoothly.

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Have you heard that love is something eternal; the aspect may change, but not the essence? It’s true… you may be a married lady or you are a lover. Even you are getting old and even your relationship getting old, the essence of your love will not change. Therefore, if you are a Sinhala guy, you may love to have some loving, romantic or caring words to use to express your feelings to your dearests. For that, you can find beautiful Adara Wadan to express your emotions to others. Even in love, there are many sides. So you can find the meaningful Adara Wadan which are talking about romance, pain of love, and the feelings of one-party love and so on.

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You may be a fresh lover. But before that, you are a lover to your parents and to your siblings. But the feeling about another strange person gives you another different feelings, don’t you? According to William Butler Yeats that true love is a discipline in which each divines the secret self of the other and refuses to believe in the mere daily self. You may have experienced this before. Especially towards those you love the best, sometimes when you let affection, you go unspoken. And sometimes when you let your love, you go unexpressed.

And sometimes when you can’t find words to tell your feelings, you just stay in silent. You may have experienced that sometimes, you don’t know how much you care for someone until they stop caring for you. You can find beautiful Adara Wadan for that kind of situations here.  And actually that’s the love. Not only that, but there are another beautiful statement about the definition love. That is love is energy: it can neither be created nor destroyed. It just is and always will be, giving meaning to life and direction to goodness… Love will never die. Yes, love will never die… here you can find the most beautiful as well as meaningful Adara Wadan to express your “pure love” to the one you love the best.

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