Friday, November 6, 2009


ေျမအိုး ထဲကေရ ၊     
ပလပ္စတစ္ဘူး ထဲကေရ၊
အုန္းမွုတ္ခြက္ ထဲကေရ၊
ဖန္္ခြက္ ထဲကေရ၊
လက္ခုပ္ ထဲကေရ၊
ေငြခြက္ ထဲကေရ၊
အသက္ရွင္ဘို့ ေရ

မရွိမျဖစ္ ေရ။
ရွာေနတဲ့ေရ ေရွာင္ေနတဲ့ေရ၊
ေရနွင့္ လူသား၊ ေရနွင့္ ပတ္ဝန္းက်င္၊ ေရနွင့္ ကမၻာ၊ ေရနွင့္ ျဂိဴလ္၊ ေရနွင့္  စၾက ဝဠာ အဆံုး။


ေရေတြမရွိ၊ ေရေတြပိုလ်ွံ၊  

ေရေတြခမ္းေျခာက္၊ ေရေတြၾကီး၊
ေရခဲနွင္းေတြက်၊ ေရခဲျပင္ေတြေပ်ာ္၊
ေရေငြ႔ေတြျပန္၊ ေရမိုးေတြက်၊
တေနရာမွာ အမ်ားၾကီးက်၊ တေနရာဆီ လံုးဝမက်။



ေရကို သန့္စင္၊ ေရကို ညစ္ညမ္း၊
ေရကို ၾကည္လင္၊ ေရကို အေရာင္ဆိုး၊
ေရေတြကိုခဲ၊ ေရခဲကို ေပ်ာ္္၊
ေရကိုေလွာင္၊ ေရကို ေဖါက္ခ်၊
ေရနွင့္ စြမ္းအင္ထုတ္၊ ေရနွင့္ ကုန္ၾကမ္း ထုတ္၊ ေရနွင့္ အျမတ္ ထုတ္၊


ေရနွင့္ အလွဆင္ ေရကအလွကိုဖ်က္၊      
လွတဲ႔ေရကမ္းစပ္၊ အက်ည္းတန္ကမ္းေျခ၊
ေရကုိ သုံးခ်င္သလုိသုံး၊ လုပ္ခ်င္သလုိလုပ္၊
ေရကလည္း ျဖစ္ခ်င္သလုိ ျဖစ္လာ၊

အဲ ေရကေဖါက္ျပန္လာရင္ ငါတုိ႔……..
By: Sosegado


Short Note:
Blood is thicker than water, but not by much! 79% of blood IS water!
Shock absorber — water helps to protect vital organs, such as the brain, spinal cord, and interior of the eyes.

No, No, No? Yes, Yes, Yes!
Water has no fat, no calories, and no cholesterol!

Of a population of roughly 6.1 billion, more than 1 billion lack access to potable water. The World Health Organization says that at any time, up to half of humanity has one of the six main diseases –

Water Fight

Egypt, whose population of 68 million may reach 97 million by 2025, gets essentially no rainfall. Any interference with water flow by Sudan or Ethiopia could starve Egypt.

Melting of Glaciers and Ice Sheets

One of the most pronounced effects of climate change has been melting of masses of ice around the world. Glaciers and ice sheets are large, slow-moving assemblages of ice that cover about 10% of the world’s land area and exist on every continent except Australia. They are the world’s largest reservoir of fresh water, holding approximately 75%.

The vast majority of the Earth's water resources are salt water, with only 2.5% being fresh water. Approximately 70% of the fresh water available on the planet is frozen in the icecaps of Antarctica and Greenland leaving the remaining 0.7% of total water resources worldwide available for consumption. However from this 0.7%, roughly 87% is allocated to agricultural purposes.

Important Dates
Call for Papers: 30 September 2009
Abstract Submission deadline : 15 November 2009
Notification of acceptance: 22 January 2010
Submission of full papers: 15 April 2010

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