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Nyein Way

Rookie - 80 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

vision of peace in the dna-affected reality


the origin of reality non-negotiable pride which is anger, depression and jealousy in the middle of always mid-night you are nothingness-myth-creation
journey through the understanding of metamorphosis on the surface of the world's skin
negotiated truths
propositional statements but not images of the world
games out of fussy logic
journey into the soul of ragged time, looped hole of existential texts
unbirthdays
unrecognizable hopes standing on the feet of running social unrests
u-to-reality
you to reality of peace balanced fluxus of virtual touches
eat, sleep, sex and activities of poetry on the verge of peace-edge

Submitted: Tuesday, January 08, 2008

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