Nyein Way

(19.1.1962 / Yangon)

words on conceptual poetry(9)


where are you sitting on? we are nothing as important as the language we are using everyday.the most important thing in poetry is concept practising pratical physical realities around your life, dissolving into the spirit of individual moral development without which we cannot live with genuine mental potentialities
so where are you sitting on?
what are you looking for?
who are you working for?
the answers are in the process of appropriate tactics which i donot believe in as it is not going for diversivied existence but for romantic obession of truths
this is only a part of the things you can see or speculate about it, not the whole picture of the things


where are you sitting on now?
are you sure that you are sitting?
what is your mind working on?

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2008
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