Myanmar Poems by Burmese Poet Thei Htut Win

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DREAM PRINCE

Posted by myanmar poem on May 8, 2012

His
prettiest flower of smile
falls hovering in a shudder,
shaking and forgotten in dream.

His
sweetest words in phrase
flow into the heart, shaking
awake afresh
from the dreams.

But
emerald golden love flower
that he has kept in his bosom
is kept in secret and
i can’t don; how unkind is he ?

About the Author

The` Htut Win, author of two collections of poetry, was born in the city of memories. She received degrees in Agriculture from Ye Zin University and believed in Buddhism.Her first collection of poems, THE DREAM PRINCE, was published by Sar Pay Law Ka in 2006, followed by The CONFESSION in 2008. The` taught herself to read and write poem since childhood, and he began to compose poetry since 10 years old. She currently resides in Basein (Pathein) – a charming town not far from the coastal area of Myanmar.

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Comments

  1. Hary August 4, 2012

    Ivy, I guess that’s the most obvious dfnrefeice, eh? Carl, I find that when people are ignoring serious pieces for light verse, it can be a sign that they just aren’t grasping the tough stuff. Light verse is almost always easier to read, though I tend not to like it.Rik, I had a poem that I wrote that I loved. Loved! I posted it on aapc. Not a single reply. Posted somewhere else. Not a single reply. Posted here. Not a word. Makes a person feel a little self-conscious, I’ll admit.

    • myanmar poem August 4, 2012

      Thank you for passing my poem blog. Please give me some feedback.

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The` Htut Win, author of two collections of poetry, was born in the city of memories. She received degrees in Agriculture from Ye Zin University and believed in Buddhism.Her first collection of poems, THE DREAM PRINCE, was published by Sar Pay Law Ka in 2006, followed by The CONFESSION in 2008. The` taught herself to read and write poem since childhood, and he began to compose poetry since 10 years old. She currently resides in Basein (Pathein) – a charming town not far from the coastal area of Myanmar.