한국 현대시에 나타난 '달마' - 최동호ㆍ이정우의 시를 중심으로
Dharma Shown in Korean Modern Poetry
Dharma is a monk from India who lived his life in China. He is a well-known figure in north-east Asia who was respected as the first founder of Chinese Zen. It is true that some are doubtful of whether he is real, but the Buddhist tradition of Chinese Zen could not be established without his coming to China. The fact that Dharma"s Zen could widely bloom in China shows that his thoughts and discipline were second to none and agreeable to the Chinese at that time. The Chinese were greatly stimulated by the coming of Zen which seemed exotic to them, so Dharma"s Zen Thought was not influenced by the change of age and could keep maintaining its discipline. Two Korean poets wrote consecutive poetry with a kind of topic about Dharma.! Choi, Dong-he talked about the significance of life Buddhism and practical philosophy by means of a series of poems with a subtitle "Why did Dharma come east?" Lee, Jung-woo saw Dharma not as a mysterious Zen master in the field of Buddhism, but as a real being, and he explored himself as Dharma who tried to seek for Buddhist laws through the act of writing poetry. Dharma, in this way, is a living figure in our life.
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