U Win Kyi


Friendship (Meeting An Old Friend Unexpectedly)


Hello, my friend, ' long time, no see.'
meeting you here is full of bliss and glee.
Many years had passed since I left.
Many more years had flown very fast since we met.
With days and nights coming in and out,
many changing seasons I can't count.
Many times the earth has gone around the sun,
our friendship is still ' forever young.'

O, my friend, you have,
bald head displacing the hairy crest,
gray hairs sprouting at the best.
The waist-line flabby, potbelly and broaden,
maybe due to drinking beer Heineken.
We are having a long talk,
at the coffee shop.
Then I find out your outside appearance have changed,
but many things inside are all the same.
You still have honesty, openness and sense of humor,
which are the qualities I most honored.
Then we exchange the number of our phones,
and addresses of our homes,
so that to keep in touch,
which will be a ' must'

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2008
Edited: Saturday, February 16, 2008

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