Tsiek tsiek and again tsiek tsiek,
Mu-lan weaves, facing the door.
You don't hear the shuttle's sound,
You only hear Daughter's sighs.... more »
Dark nights gave me these dark eyes
but I shall use them to seek the light
by gu cheng... more »
by su shi
January 20th, i woke up in the midnight, i couldn't sleep because of dreaming of my wife, then wrote down the poem.... more »
Shui diao ge tou
by su shi
IN mid-autumn festival, i drank happily overnight and got drunk, then wrote down this poem to commemorate my younger brother.... more »
Seven steps poem
When Cao Cao died, his older son Cao Pi attained the throne. He was afraid of his younger brother and wanted to rid of him by some pretense. One day in Court Cao Pi forced Cao Zhi ...... more »
This is a ditch of desperate dead water,
Where wind can blow but raise no ripples.
Best just to throw in more scraps of copper and iron,
Might as well pour in your leftovers of cold porridge.... more »
Facing the sea with spring blossoms
By Hai Zi... more »
In the evening's glow,
your lips tightly closed,
you say, 'There are only fifteen minutes left, '
meaning the sorrow has already begun.
'We might be apart for ten or a hundred years;
we must be thousands, ten-thousand miles apart.'
But then you smile playfully
showing your real age.
You say, 'I forgot to say even the one sentence.'
I say, 'Yes, you seem to have forgotten that one sentence.'
We never got around to that sentence all evening;
but before we'd noticed, anyway, the sun set in silence.
I am a cloud in the sky.
A chance shadow on the wave of your heart.
Don't be surprised.
Or too elated;
In an instant I shall vanish without trace.