Treasure Island

Han Min Ohn

(29.7.1983 / Yangon)

Good-bye and thank you


Good-bye to you the shining bright sun
Thank you for your daily luminous wand
Good-bye to you the graceful full-moon
Thank you for lifting the darkness’s gloom.

Good-bye to you the vast, endless sky
Thank you for providing a space to fly
Good-bye to you the solid, stretching earth
Thank you for supporting me without a jerk.

Good-bye to you rivers, oceans and seas
Thank you for the water you have supplied me
Good-bye to you plants, trees and forests
Thank you for providing fresh air till the last.

Good-bye my dear family and friends
Thank you for accompanying till the end
Good-bye my dear body in where I have stayed
Thank you for accepting me all along the way.

Submitted: Saturday, February 22, 2014
Edited: Saturday, February 22, 2014

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