Nge Nge (Kyaukse)


Nge Nge (Kyaukse) (b.1984) still lives outside Yangon and the metropolis. Her poems are full of sensitivity to the natural environment. But a deeper more probing philosophy in her poems indicates a maturity beyond her years. In her poems about relationships we find strong feminist observations, as in ‘The Man who is Easily Fooled and the Woman who Barely Speaks’.

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