Kyungdae Min

(August 23,1951 / Hae Nam, Korea)

A Stone is matamorphosed into flower


A stone walks out of the deep
Underground as a rose
A stone metamorphosed into a flower losing
Its color lay in the bloodless glass box.
Hidden the flower beneath the clothes
In which a bottle of fragrance
Left for a thousand years.

The flower blooming in this world lay
A bottle of fragrance
In its bosom.
The flower which forgot the memory
Of melancholy, washing
The breathing flower, namely a stone
Come out to become
A real flower in the world.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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