Thursday, June 28, 2007

Nwai Hninn's poem (1)

Our new writer Nwai Hninn provided a poem for this week. Very nice poem. Thanks for the poem, Ma Nwai Hninn. We also thank to Ma Hana for sending the poem. Click to enlarge the image. (Smallartville)
Poet : Nwai Hninn
Background illustration by Tun Myo Hlaing

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Ko Cho's poem (1)

First of all, we'd like to say thanks to Ko Cho for the poem. It's so touching and beautiful piece. Second, thanks Ma Hana for sending us the poem. We got more than five of his poems, so more will come. Click to enlarge the image.
Poet : Ko Cho
Background illustration by Tun Myo Hlaing

Monday, June 18, 2007

Love poem

We asked Ma Su Su Kabyar if she could send us a poem after viewing of her blog. She said yes and now here you go. Thanks for the poem, Ma Su Su Kabyar. (Smallartville)
Poet : Ma Su Su Kabyar
Background illustration : Tun Myo Hlaing

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Sunday afternoon poem (1)

This time we present Ko Min Nwe's poem. We got two poems from him like Sunday afternoon 1 and 2. Number 2 will come up here soon. Please click the image to enlarge.
The poet : Ko Min Nwe
Background illustration by Tun Myo Hlaing

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Orchid poems by Ma Hana

This time, I will introduce another Myanmar woman who loves art. Her name is Hana. Photos showing here are her contributions to Smallartville. She came up not only with poems to the photos but also with the educational descriptions. Glad to have you here, Ma Hana. Click on the photos to see the poems clearly. Enjoy! (TMH (Smallartville))

Information of the flower from the first photo

name : dendrobium

A dendrobium orchid can survive in all kinds of atmosphere like, the humid zones of Asia to the hot, dry stretches of Australian desert.

Information of the plant from the second photo

Phalaenopsis Orchids
Scientific Name : Phalaenopsis sp.

Beautiful .
Easy to grow indoor .

Phalaenopsis orchids are practically pest free, require little maintenance, and thrive in the low light conditions of the modern home.

Exposure: Diffuse sunlight near window.
Size: Height 2 feet tall, 2 feet wide
Bloom Time: Blooms last for 2 to 3 months if not damaged.

Monday, June 4, 2007

Myth series (Love)


Adam and Eve

Love was created by Adam and Eve according to the myth. They were innocent till they ate Eden’s apple. Lilith who was Adam’s wife earlier was envy of Eve for having Adam’s love that she transformed into a serpent, and urged and convinced Eve to try the forbidden apple. Eating of that apple brought new meaning of life to Adam and Eve. By that way, love was invented.


Lilith existence was not sure. Apple was not correct to name the fruit as well, some myths mentioned it was the beautiful fruit but had no name yet.

Illustration and description by Tun Myo Hlaing

Reference: “Mythology in our midst” by Amy T. Peterson, David J. Dunworth