Five Poems by Yi Yeong-gwang Translated by Brother Anthony and Chung Eun-Gwi A Gho st 3 The newspaper's like an obituary. People keep dying. They must have been killed because they were not considered human. They must have died, unable to reveal, "I am human." Someone wanted to kill . . . . so he would have killed. Someone wanted to kill but . . . . so he would have killed. Someone just wanted to kill . . . . so he would have killed. When someone is dead, we should mourn that death as those who will die. The killer still does not reveal his face, does not unpack his heart. He is still busy kidnapping still busy assaulting still busy repressing. Deliberately, on impulse, legally, people are dying. Militantly, derangedly, ultimately, people are dying. Ah, desperately, wholly, fulgurantly dead things are not dying. Dead people are still missing, are still staging sit-ins, still falling down. Hallways where ghosts float, the newspaper's like an obituary. Ta m bou r i n e i n t h e Sh a de Now the shade has you. Therefore you are light. A light that cannot shine. a single
Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Jun 5, 2015
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