Nyein Way

Rookie - 100 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

A Conceptual Jartaka


ကြန္ဆက္ခ်ဴရယ္ဇာတက

ေလာဘၾကီးလြန္းတဲ့ပုဏၰားၾက ီး
ေသြးနဲ့လမ္းခင္းညႊန္ၿပဘုရားအေလာင္းေမ်ာက္မင္း ေနာက္ေက်ာဓါးထိုးစိတ္ ရာဇ၀င္ပန္းတုိင္ေရာက္ပုဏၰားခရီးေရာက္သလားခရီးေပါက္သ လား
ေမ်ာက္မင္းကေတာ့ေသြးလမ္းခင္းလုိ့ပန္းတိုင္ေရ ာက္ရွိခဲ့ပါတယ္
ပုဏၰားကသူသြားလုိရာေ၇ာက္ေပမဲ့လမ္ းေလွ်ာက္ကမာၻေပ်ာက္ကြန္ဆက္ခ်ဴ ရယ္ပံုၿပင္ေတြ ဒီလိုေခ်ာက္ခ်ားဖြယ္ရာဥာဏ္ေၿမပံုလည္းညႊန္းဆိုဖြဲ့သီ ဤေၿမၾကီးအား တိုင္တည္ၿမည္ဟီးစည္တီးခဲ့ပါတယ္။ ။


ၿငိဏ္းေ၀




A too much greedy brahmin
A would-be buddha, a great king monkey, directed a free way for brahmin with injury caused by brahmin seeping blood as a trace to a free road
Does the brahmin reach his destination?
Does he lose his destination?
Actually the injured king monkey with seeping blood reached hid destination.
The brahmin, although he reached his destination, his own world was conceptually lost in greedy and canning plan.
The conceptual narrations tell such thrilling and bloody maps of contemplated wisdom
Instructing, didacting, composing, decomposing and touching the heart of earth,
proclaiming truths as maps of visionary future.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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