This study purposes to examine how Lawrence overcame the crises of youth which resulted from his mother`s death, his serious illness and the First Word War. His story of suffering is closer to Job`s innocent suffering than to Solomon`s or David`s in their glory. Lawrence thinks that he should perform a role as a healer. His poems have tree aims: self-expression, selftransformation, and the transformation of the reader. For these aims, he recorded personal crises, created fictions of transcendence and shook the audience by challenging and reforming received wisdom. His early poems show that the injuries of himself and readers can be healed by the recovery of balanced relationship between a man and a woman. The real balance could be accomplished by experiencing the unknown which transforms the old self to the new. (Namseoul University).