Khmer Story Lovers 2

ចម្លាក់នៅលើជញ្ជាំងប្រាសាទអង្គរវត្ត                                                             

រូបថត៖ ប៊ុនចាន់ សុក្រសិរី 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

បើចង់អោយស្រួចដូចបន្លា

ត្រូវតែឧស្សាហ៍ដុសដែកដុល

ទោះមានកុសលអកុសល កុំចាំសេសផលនោះជួយជួន។

 

ត្រូវតែខិតខំទ្រាំនឿយហត់

ខាំមាត់អត់ធន់រៀនច្បាប់ក្បួន

វិជ្ជាសារពើនេះនាំខ្លួន

ពឹងពួនមិនអោយក្រតាមទាន់។

លោកម៉ុក សំឱក

 

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“Worthy persons deserve to be called so because they are not carried away by the eight winds: prosperity, decline, disgrace, honour, praise, censure, suffering, and pleasure. They are neither elated by prosperity nor grieved by decline.”

― Buddha

 

 

សូមអញ្ជើញរកអានឯកសារដែលចុះផ្សាយថ្មីៗនៅអាស័យដ្ឋានខាងក្រោម៖  

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Literature does not replace our lived experiences but form a continuum with them and help us understand them.  Denser than daily life but not radically different from it, literature expands our universe, prompt us to see other ways to conceive and organise it.  We are all formed from what other people give us: first our parents and then the other people near us.  Literature opens to the infinite this possibility of interaction and thus enriches infinitely.  It brings us irreplaceable sensations through which the real world becomes more furnished with meaning and more beautiful.                                                                                                                                                                                 

Todorov, 2007   

 

 

Hello and Welcome!

 

 

This website is dedicated to all Khmer literature lovers who would like to preserve and/or learn more about our Khmer literary and cultural heritage. 

 

All stories, photos, songs, poems and lyrics posted in this site are the properties of the respective authors, artists and producers. The images, stories, songs, poems, and lyrics are provided for educational purposes only.   

 

I would like to bow with gratitude to all writers and readers who have kept our Khmer literature spirit alive no matter what circumstances!

Siri

 (Suksiri Jayaraj Apeysangkream Bounchan)

  

 

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