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Nyein Way

Rookie - 50 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

onceptual Sociogram(9)


Fill in the gap with loving kondness, truth, beauty and civic values.



(no honesty but only wants to be develpoed in life-fame, money, power and sex)




Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.


Most of the honest and true roots
are neglected and marginalized.




Poet Nyein Way
MCPS

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012

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