육체가 없었으면 없었을 (Without the Body, Wouldn’t Have Existed)

By | 6 August 2011

Like the shaved head of a recruit sick with syphilis,
mountains are swept by whitish snowflakes.
From an old pine tree, a snowball
falls, and the rice flour covers the red
nuts of evergreens. On the snow-pile
I have a long-held piss and a hole is bored
as thick as a turnip. Do you remember
the festival pig spilling warm blood
through the hole punched in its neck?
Oh, without the body, the hole wouldn’t have existed.

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