Chulsoo Kim

Rookie (01/05/54 / Korea)

At Ketchikan - Poem by Chulsoo Kim

A sleep begins not to crouch down beside
The sleep also seems to me to adjust to climate
Winds encountered after anchored at the Ketchikan Port
might travel several times
through opened Alaskan sceneraries
Just in 5days onto Alaska,
my wind is also put into her beyond the limit of want
Today land excursion for walking around
Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary is chosen
The hard work of the sun and the rain
stepped in the forest
gives and opens the condensation of rarely preciousness
so that the colour of it blossoms along the heightness of azure sky
Those leaves, those branches, those barks
take and rise it with overcoming the power of earth
and then bloom the sacrament of colour colourfully
so that holy spirit of power given out is kept in it
and fills the surrouding air fully
Dreamy coolness and warmness
mingle into us respirations
Each of us look together, condensate, and open out
and spread out their sights of deed
toward their sky, toward light
to be hers and our hearts
Each moment by moment contemplating the forests
in which fantasies flower
make them each other each other
with condensing and opening out
and get their areas
Sometimes they condensate to be adorable cuteness
like little pupil,
open out to be like a field,
and are like rising of wide and widened earth
through the condensing power of soil
even within dreamy like small domain
Nobody knows when their breathing out
everyone want to get
will be opened and opens their waiting
Since time to forget everything,
we have been waiting to open their breathing out

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 8, 2010

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