Han Min Ohn
Opposites - Poem by Han Min Ohn
We regard something as 'It is ugly.'
Because our minds believes another thing is a beauty
We regard one job as an easy one
Because difficult ones we previously had done
We know what is bright sunlight
Because we have witnessed a dark starry night
Many of these extremes I can examplify
For full of opposites the world supplies
From one extremes to another the opposites move
In a circular fashion they really do.
(In honor of Lao Tzu, Father of Taoism)
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