JungKwang Kang


We Will Become Silhouettes - Poem by JungKwang Kang

With the farrowing of the dense white snow, all becomes dry brown grass
With the wide caves my silent voice, all becomes a shallow meaningless echo
And we become silhouettes when our bodies finally go
And your dashed blue eyes pierce mine like a dashing arrow
But our love leaves and our photographic memories tend to pass
When the clinging and the ringing of the school bell shows no recess
When the crashing waves and tide are apparent with no moon
Why we become so pure nailed with no sins, how we will confess
And we become silhouettes when our bodies finally go
But our firm hands release too late, and our hearts vanish too soon
And we become silhouettes when our bodies finally go
No simpler words than I love you, i wanted you to know


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010



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