Chulsoo Kim

Rookie (01/05/54 / Korea)

At Juneau - Poem by Chulsoo Kim

The vigor of dark and damp
fully filled with
the chill cold
fommentaiton being done
meets the air
and is warmed up to peaceful temperature
so as the outside flying away
and then the vigor of chill inside the dark and damp
is given to
the fresh whisper of peace
and to the message of nothing
which earth, sky and sea make
casts it grain by grain
in the domain of which
babbling done with peace taken
is piled up neatly
In doing Yucon river and White Pass railway excursion,
looking around
natural landscape like backlight
granted from the Alaska
up to hilly sections,
gathering into heart
the likewise root of nature providence
and getting pregnant of dream treasuring fear
randomly,
and the challenge upto the knowledge limit
inside the domain holding the darkness
purely tunably,
and the conquest of deepened displeasure
being gained by your seclusion
discriminatly,
and far roundly embracing the black
from the emissary of that blessing
As climbing up mountain ridge by train,
roaring, yelling, and remaining silent
being called rising enomously from the bottom
receive the deep mind of big and bigger mountain mass
with a few centuries' stern and deep storage shook off
The time realizing the river of longing
lays pulses chimed in
and joins devil hunt stream of Yucon river
The light of peace
rising with freshly dawned
in every ridge
is waiting to be greener
and the lofty tune of coming back life
facing the clearness, fear and making of sky
with the wick of heart
is heard
Thoughts on the hightness of sky
reopens
The grain made by their height
sits back
and hand hands out to the light
taking off brilliance pouring down

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 16, 2010

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010


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