The pictorial opening of Coleridge’s Kubla Khan is very suggestive to the reader. At first look the poem seems a description of the pleasure dome of Kubla Khan. But it is not. Each line of this poem indicates the psychological process of men. Every word is therefore important from the psychological point of view. The pleasure dome of Kubla Khan Stands for men’s creativeness when the river, Alph, indicates the mental process of men; the measureless caverns and the sunless sea symbolize subconscious mind. The beautiful garden and the wild forest which exist side by side indicate something beautiful and horror. Here the woman wailing for her demon lover is a demonic image when the damsel with dulcimer is a heavenly image. Thus the reader can find more exciting images and symbols in this poem of Coleridge.