Treasure Island

Nyein Way

(19.1.1962 / Yangon)

The Speedy Story Of Sciogram On The Edge Of A Moving Cloud Sky/တိမ္အစြန္က လူမႈဂရပ္ အလွ်င္ ပံုျပင္


တိမ္အစြန္က လူမႈဂရပ္ အလွ်င္ ပံုျပင္


ဘီလူးကို
ပုလငး္အျပင္ထုတ္ ျပီးရင္
ဘယ္ေတာ႔မွ
ပုလင္းထဲ ျ
ပန္သြင္းမရ
ပုလင္းက
ကြဲသြားခဲ႔ဲျပီ
ပံုျပင္ေရ ။ ။
ျငိဏ္းေ၀
ျမန္မာကြန္ဆက္ခ်ဴရယ္ ကဗ်ာစေတရွင္


The Speedy Story Of Sciogram On The Edge Of A Moving Cloud Sky

If you take the orge(Balu in myanmar)
Out of
the Bottle
You can never
put it back
into it.
The bottle
was already
broken.
Poet Nyein Way
Myanmar Conceptual Poets Station(MCPS)

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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