Han Min Ohn

Rookie - 276 Points (29.7.1983 / Yangon)

Han Min Ohn Poems

1. Never Give Up! 4/25/2011
2. Be Merry! 4/25/2011
3. My Heart Says Go But My Brain Says No 4/25/2011
4. Seasonal And Circadian Rhythms 4/25/2011
5. To Those Who Concern 4/25/2011
6. A True Friend 4/25/2011
7. Reflection In The Mirror 4/25/2011
8. Food For Thought 4/25/2011
9. The Feather 4/25/2011
10. Shadow Friend 4/25/2011
11. The Old Clock 4/25/2011
12. Marriage 4/25/2011
13. An Old Man’s Dream 4/25/2011
14. What Is Democracy? 4/25/2011
15. The Way Of The Wise 4/25/2011
16. Me, The Desert And The Money Bag 4/25/2011
17. Opposites 4/27/2011
18. Haiku-Twilight 4/29/2011
19. Keep Your Mind Open! 4/29/2011
20. How Have You Spent Your Live? 4/29/2011
21. Ups And Downs 5/1/2011
22. Unless 5/1/2011
23. The House And The Termites 5/1/2011
24. After-Life Mystery 5/2/2011
25. Haiku-Avenge 5/2/2011
26. The Dogs And The Moon 5/2/2011
27. People, People … 5/2/2011
28. The End 5/3/2011
29. It Is Never Too Late To Turn Back 5/5/2011
30. Thievery? 5/5/2011
31. Invincible Wings 5/1/2011
32. The Puppet 5/6/2011
33. Haiku-The Skeleton 4/29/2011
34. Value Of Things 5/8/2011
35. A Way To Live Your Life 5/8/2011
36. We All Are Mortal Ones 5/8/2011
37. Life Is A Mirror 5/11/2011
38. Jealousy 5/13/2011
39. Loss And Gain 5/13/2011
40. Where Is The Path? 5/14/2011

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Best Poem of Han Min Ohn

Right And Wrong

What appears right may have shadow of wrong
Hidden deep under the righteous ground
What appear wrong may still possess some light
Covered under the thick cloak of blight

What appears true may hold false at root
Shielded by the shiny mask of truth
What appears false may still hold some right
Shrouded by the dark foggy blight.

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‘why Am I Poor? ’

Once, a poor man leaned against a door
And thought why he was so much poor
‘I work more than anyone else, ’ he muttered
‘So laziness can’t be the reason I am poor.’
‘I never waste my money on unnecessary causes’
‘So extravagance will not be my flaw.’
‘I never drink, do drug or smoke, ’ he thought
‘So these can be excluded form my work.’
And thought and thought the poor man did

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