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Hollym, May 1, 2001 - Poetry - 127 pages
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"A moving collection of Korean poetry expertly translated into English. So-yeop Kim writes poignantly about love: love for her husband, inextricably interwoven among her longings for him; love for man and God, which underlies her metaphysical and religious ideas. The poems are, in a sense, also about a love of words-words that flow through these poems like the branches of a tree, each one finding their own indirect path to the sky."

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