Mid-Autumn Festival Poem by Bing Hua

Mid-Autumn Festival



Poem By Bing Hua USA
Translator By Xu Yingcai USA


A roaming heart
Always fights shy of the Autumn moon

Viewing some photos
Making some calls
And sending some emails
These are the so-called Autumn festival reunion

Under the rain quietly slanting over the street out the window
The lawn looks weepy
The autumn wind is a reminder to the little grass:
You can't ride the moon to return to your hometown

Moon cakes with five nuts or lotus seed paste or egg yolks
Are placed on the table
But some taste is missing

The moon is round out there
Yet why the heart is filled with pain

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