Kim Sunghyun



Aa-zaa-dee (아-자-디)

How can I define this Real of language in words? Signs betray its unsayable being like a hoax. Has no authenticity cheated by fakeness; condemns all things to fantasy. How can I praise this enemy of appreciation? When it’s around …

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Grey (회색빛)

for Felicity Plunkett i In this World – which is not a world – black and white withhold truths. In a world we’d have multiplicities, the purity of unqualified impurities. In ours we possess , are possessed by, the comprehension …

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copy, photocoffee (카피, 포토커피)

suppering for my art on spring street, a bright morning for korean sushi: chilli, snow, pine needles (don’t) mistake misnomers for weasels – for weasel eggs open < > > > i love you now fictionalising everything. if your beak …

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metamorphosis app for tiger and bear (호랑이와 곰을 위한 변신용 엡)

it came out of the folk niche, voiding stinkybreath god hung around an extra night & the tigerwoman jiggled her carkeys in her ear for the clicking sound the bear had his own answer, he bashed at his taboo this …

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South – Compass Points (남 – 나침판의 자침)

It has to be north or south it could be sou’sou’east or nor’nor west or ENE or SSW and nudging like they truly do and why not it no longer has to be left or right it could be left …

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North – Compass Points (북-나침판의 자침)

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 …

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Strokes country (획을 긋는 나라)

If you put people next to a stroke Like this丨 On its right Like this:人 You become wings Like this:人丨 If you want to be air Borne you put the person along Side an English Letter: H Like this:人H You …

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Oil on Air (바람의 유화)

To think of all the expectant creatures circling about, the gulls circling, the white cat dozing into orbits beside me, the crystalline drift of an ant colony between lines, even the eruption of the gangly palm, over time, would swirl …

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Fall in love. Do it now. (사랑에 빠져 버려라. 지금 당장.)

Nutritionists. Openly 9 out of 10 recommend a lifestyle & know the thick-shakes in all tastes & sizes are coming so recommend the following: (with the exception of the following because the following cause: Barbecued food Deep fried food Food …

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It’s Time, It’s Time (지금이야, 지금이야)

New Year clocks on over fog valley, temperate Tibetans account for contributions. Suburbs struggle and sweat through a summer scented with mumbles and deceptions. Fat detractors and software spruikers expire, the paddockbashers steam from the load. The thin mechanic massages …

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The Sign (표지판)

When I met you at the lights you were holding your bike and holding your brother and your anger. Your breath clawed the pedestrian. They you said and it was in your mouth, the word, like sourdough bread. They! You …

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Nick Cave (닉 케이브)

In Wangaratta You live in the shadow of Nick Cave, Who ran away to London or Brazil or Berlin or America or wherever. Wangaratta, where my parents live, is ugly, And I can see why overseas might appeal to Cave; …

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