Under the Dark Green Shadows

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Author House, Sep 21, 2010 - Literary Collections - 104 pages
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This book has produced a trilogy dealing metaphysically at times with the area of human relationships one would consider deeply painful at moments, ecstatic at others. Its material is intensely emotional while drawing at the same time sharply intellectual observations on the human condition. Although the poems are deeply personal, they deal with universal themes that will touch everyone who encounters them.

 

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Contents

Telepathy
4
The DeathDwellers
10
Mist
16
Moving Calligraphy
22
BullRiding
28
The Promises
34
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About the author (2010)

Myung-Ok Yoon was born in South Korea. She studied English, took a M.D. and a Ph.D. there with the studies of John Keats poetry, and took English courses and joined creative writing workshops in Canada, England, and New Zealand.

 She made her literary debut in 1996 in Korea. Since then her five poetry books have been published in Korean. She also writes poetry in English and some poems were published in the U.S. She won the Laureate Woman of Letters Award in 2005.

  She lived in Canada for three years and came back to Korea in 2009. Now she continues to teach at university, write poetry in Korean and English, and work on translations.

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