Posts Tagged ‘Li Bai’

ANCESTOR – 胡泊 Hu Bo

十一月 24, 2020

Hu Bo
ANCESTOR

In the 1980s
our watch factory
often organized dances.
Beautiful melodies rose
from the dance floor:
The Blue Danube,
spring waltz,
slow waltz,
Viennese waltz,
disco,
rumba,
tango,
tap dance.
Some styles were
elegant,
some were mysterious,
some rather bold.
My favourite was
tap dance,
very clear rhythm,
easy to understand.
Some say Wang Lun, when he sent off Li Bai
danced in this
way.
The difference is,
you need leather shoes on the dance floor,
but not those with nails.
As for Wang Lun,
he was barefoot,
instead of music he had his
tongue.

5/31/20
Translated by MW, November 2020

Hu Bo, born on June 19, 1961 in Dalian, grew up in Tianjin. Began to write colloquial poetry in May 2019. Lives in Taida.
《新诗典》小档案:胡泊, 1961年6月19日生于大连, 天津长大。有诗入选《新诗典》感谢伊沙, 感谢所有帮助我的诗人. 现居泰达. 我是口语诗中小学生, 从2019年5月开启

 

 

ON NEGATIVE FEELINGS – 馬非 Ma Fei

六月 19, 2020


Ma Fei
ON NEGATIVE FEELINGS

Talent wasted,
blaming yourself,
pity your shadow,
gut full of woes.
Drown your sorrows,
smash your cracked pot
to become Li Bo.

Translated by Martin Winter, June 2020

 

LI BAIS KLO – 杨艳

六月 25, 2018

Yang Yan
IM LI-BAI-HAUS

In einer Pause von unserem Wettlesen
geh ich mit Jiang Erman auf die Toilette.
Auf dem Weg
sagt sie dauernd
Ungerecht!
Ungerecht!
Keine Gleichberechtigung!
Die Männer können das Klo besuchen,
wo Li Bai hingegangen ist!
Aber wir Frauen nicht!

2018-05-27
Übersetzt von MW im Juni 2018


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