North – Compass Points (북-나침판의 자침)

By | 22 May 2011

It could be that the event had political repercussions which are beyond the compass of this poem maybe because his was not the side with those goods and services which fall within the compass of the free market even though the place had within its compass many types of agriculture and even the ship wherein Magellan compassed the world passed by here but now we hear only the cellos, playing in a rather sombre part of their compass.

It is what you get when a man has compassed his end only by the exercise of violence.

It is what you get when defining yourself by compass points.

(Author note: italics denote definitions taken from the Oxford Dictionary of English)

 


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