Nyein Way

Rookie - 100 Points (19.1.1962 / Yangon)

windy hope but steady vision Poem by Nyein Way

somethimes it seems to be shaking
sometimes it seems to be ruining
sometimes it seems to be happy
existence is not sometimes
it is so much quotidian that we don't even know it is quotidian.
non-homan experience
computational intelligence
cognitive unconsciousness
frame is already embodied
truth is public
public is no truth
alienation of quotation
otherness of quotation marks
quotationmarks in quotation marks
meaning is a ghost comiong back to primal origin
but originality is in the materiality of comptemplating mental formations embodied inside the body on the borderline
of spectcular mix-up of concepts and passion
meaning is just a part os participated reality
running away from culivation of wisdom literally called enlightened spirit
contemporary existence is quotidian forms of a multi-styled thought before events

Submitted: Sunday, October 12, 2008
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