Han Min Ohn

Rookie - 256 Points (29.7.1983 / Yangon)

Han Min Ohn Poems

41. The Book Of Astrology 5/17/2011
42. Lying 5/18/2011
43. Are All Empty Things Useless? 4/25/2011
44. The Untamed World 4/25/2011
45. The Monkey Keeper (Three In The Morning) 4/25/2011
46. The Tree And The Grass 4/25/2011
47. For Whom Was The Dead Bell Tolled? 5/9/2011
48. To My True Love 4/27/2011
49. Haiku-Dangers 5/10/2011
50. Your Enemies Within 5/11/2011
51. Cause You Believe 5/22/2011
52. Politicians! 5/28/2011
53. Thousand And One Wishes 5/30/2011
54. Haiku-The Beautiful Red Rose 5/28/2011
55. A Not So Simple Smile 6/3/2011
56. Let The Truth Be Told 6/3/2011
57. Nature Of Things 6/6/2011
58. What Kind Of Poor Man Are You? 6/9/2011
59. The Hot Rat Race 6/19/2011
60. The Graduated And The Educated 6/21/2011
61. May Both The Allah And God Be With Us 6/25/2011
62. My Aching Heart 6/26/2011
63. We All Are Human-Kind 6/30/2011
64. Haiku-Your Choices 7/2/2011
65. Please Just Let Me Love You True 7/3/2011
66. The Lost Love 7/9/2011
67. Errors/ Haiku 7/11/2011
68. There Is More To Life Than Give And Take 7/13/2011
69. Haiku / Just A Thought 7/9/2011
70. Haiku-Rainbow 7/15/2011
71. Long, Long Ago In A Galaxy Far Far Away... 7/16/2011
72. Everything Is You 7/17/2011
73. Omen Without 666 7/21/2011
74. From ‘me’ To ‘we’ 7/22/2011
75. Waging War Won’t Help Anyone 7/25/2011
76. Reasons For Not Seeing 7/28/2011
77. The Ship And The Sea 8/1/2011
78. Love Is Like A Flower 8/6/2011
79. A Lost Soul 8/19/2011
80. Those Little Pairs 8/25/2011

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Best Poem of Han Min Ohn

Haiku-The Kite

A kite flying high in the sky
string suddenly cut off
Glided down onto the ground, lying still.

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The Fish And The Sky

Once there was a fish living in a stream
Where water was clear and the surface gleam
Food was abundant and large predators away
The fish was passing happily its days

One day the fish looked up and noticed the sky
So blue and endless and free in its eyes
Suddenly it saw a flock of birds moving by
And immediately yearned that it itself could fly

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