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The spirit of Gary's poems seems to be derived from the mountains he has climbed up and from the mountains he appreciated in eastern landscape-paintings. 'Mountain' in his poetry connotes a supreme sphere he is aware of his 'mountain' is not a mountain we climb once, but a 'mountain' endlessly, nor a mountain never changed, but a 'mountain' born newly and continually in the course of his life. Gary's 'mountain' reflects his prospect for a hopeful future he has mode true in the course of his life, and is the most precious life he suggests to mankind. The image of boulder in his poems implies a mechanism or a mental process through which a poet may reach to his spiritual awakening in order to live an exalted life he suggests. He makes an overture to take a room for sitting on the boulder to live in harmony with nature, and reminds the readers of the fact that nature and human being are inseparably related. Gary's view of nature presupposes an organic relationship between all the things in the earth and a relationship of reciprocal coexistence and interanimating. He insists that the harmony of nature in the condition of all the variety in nature living brings forth the supreme sphere. Cary inspires that his concern in ecosystem springs from a duty of a poet, and that oneness with nature brings the supreme space to live together.