In the second stanza he is in a cemetery reading the names of the tombstones of deceased people he loves. In the last line of the second stanza he proclaims:
In the next stanza he tries to find the right message or the right philosophy to include both joy and sadness. (painting Aroma of the Mind)
In “The Humor of Exclusion” James Joyce communes with the him by becoming his muse making him feel needed and accepted.
In “A Boy Answers His Own Question” the man is communing with the boy within who asks him a question. Before the man can answer the question the boy must go on a journey of becoming an adult, but even then that will not make him wise. (right, The Dancing Boy attributed to Danwon-Mudong)
In “A Heart Gives Birth to a Future” the speaker of the poem counts each hear beat as he communes with Prometheus via the pages of a book. (Prometheus Brings the Fire attributed to Heinrich Friedrich Fuger)
In the fourth stanza communion takes place between branches and flowers of nature. (right, attributed to Nam Gye-U)