Chinese Poems with translations

我爱这土地 艾青 假如我是一只鸟, 我也应该用嘶哑的喉咙歌唱: 这被暴风雨所打击着的土地, 这永远汹涌着我们的悲愤的河流, 这无止息地吹刮着的激怒的风, 和那来自林间的无比温柔的黎明…… ——然后我死去, 连羽毛也腐烂在土地里面。 为什么我的眼里常含泪水? 因为我对这土地爱得深沉……   I Love This Land by AiQing If I were a bird, I would sing with my hoarse voice Of this storm-buffeted land, Of this grief-turbulent river, Of these unceasing-raging winds, And of the touchingly-tender forest dawn ——Then I would die, even my …
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haiku for Halloween

1. Halloween night… to be or not to be an old question 2. trick or treat filing in the street ghosts and witches 3. jack-o-lanterns over trees fingers hanging a crime scene?

haiku from daily walk

the poems gifted to me on my walk: 1. even though up high with carved wings i hear the falling sigh 2. fallen side by side… from the same tree or because of the wind? 3 the owner of the house long gone… the water draws circles 4. happy? you are not the fish… neither …
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Heart Haiku from Ride for Heart supporters

The following haiku are sending to support Haiku walking tour for Ride for Heart 2018   (Guest editor: Claudia Radmore)  Thank you all for contribution of haiku and photos.  (Photos by Guan Tao, Oliver Yang,  Yuan Ming Hui, Coach Luo and online) What is haiku? A haiku is a brief poem that uses concrete images to reflect …
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Haiku walking tour for Ride for Heart 2018 Updates

Had a great time and met many people at #RideForHeart. Took some photos and wrote some haiku-ish for that… thank you all for support and donation of money or haiku… medal for each four on one bike cheers in morning breezes * where are you? at the finish line I capture the passing of others …
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