Nyein Way

Rookie - 100 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

an autopsy of a dead poem in contemporaneity


2: 36 pm: Let's make autopsy at the corpse of a poem and find the answer 'being and becoming poetry' in a contemporary existence of post-conceptual texts.Is there a butterfly in text? Is there a text in your bed of roses?

2: 36: 20: pmLet's make autopsy at the corpse of a poem and find the answer 'being and becoming poetry' in a contemporary existence of post-conceptual texts.Is there a butterfly in text? Is there a text in your bed of roses?

2: 37: Let's make autopsy at the corpse of a poem and find the answer 'being and becoming poetry' in a contemporary existence of post-conceptual texts.Is there a butterfly in text? Is there a text in your bed of roses?

2: 37: 36: Let's make autopsy at the corpse of a poem and find the answer 'being and becoming poetry' in a contemporary existence of post-conceptual texts.Is there a butterfly in text? Is there a text in your bed of roses?

2: 38: 7: Let's make autopsy at the corpse of a poem and find the answer 'being and becoming poetry' in a contemporary existence of post-conceptual texts.Is there a butterfly in text? Is there a text in your bed of roses?

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