Posts Tagged ‘sickness’

VERBORGENE SEUCHE – 四面来峰 Si Mian Lai Feng

四月 13, 2021

Si Mian Lai Feng
VERBORGENE SEUCHE

In einem Stück Wald
bemerk ich eine arge verborgene Seuche,
die kommt von einem Nagel
an einem Baum.

Dieser Nagel erscheint
wo keiner hingehört
und versucht die ganze Zeit
mit seinem Rost
den gesamten Wald zu entzünden.

2021-03-02
Übersetzt von MW im April 2021

Si Mian Lai Feng, eigtl. Long Jianfeng, geb. Ende 1960er Jahre, lebt in Gao’an, Provinz Jiangxi. 《新诗典》小档案:四面来峰,本名龙剑锋,上世纪六十年代末出生,现居江西高安,诗歌爱好者,近年来有诗在《磨铁读诗会》、《舌尖上的诗—中国口语诗年鉴(2019)》等平台或选本推发。

伊沙:好一颗钉子,制造了森林的陌生化。试想:当代写古诗的遇到这颗钉子,该怎么写?怎么写都别扭,弄不好会把人恶心死。这就说明:古诗对应的纯自然,已经不复存在,传统抒情诗大概也是吧。现代诗,你得消化一颗钉子一一这是美国诗歌上世纪60年代提出过的命题。

新诗典就是中国诗歌的《新青年》杂志,审美建设之外是文明的启蒙!(高歌)

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

况禹点评《新诗典》四面来峰《隐患》:由远及近,再由近拉远,移动中的意境才是现代诗的意境,让人过目难忘。最亮点是那一点火——钉子上的锈。

黎雪梅读《新世纪诗典》之四面来峰《隐患》:真是一枚神奇的钉子:它从哪儿来,怎么会出现在这不该出现的地方?它还竟然“一直试着/用身体上的锈/把整个林子点着”……这神来之笔让我们意识到这也是一枚危险的钉子,它的存在简直就是潜藏着的林中隐患,让人陡然心生警惕。至于它身体上的锈能否真把整个林子点着这是个谜,但我们却看到这颗锈蚀的钉子心有不甘,具有“点锈成火”的破坏力。为何一枚钉子能成为林子的重大隐患?是我们的弦绷得太紧,还是生活中这样的危险本就无处不在?这不仅是林中的钉子,也是时代的钉子,还可能是我们每个人的“眼中之钉”……到底这颗钉子隐喻着什么,似乎很清晰,但又不确定,令本诗蒙上了一层神秘色彩,浓厚的现代意识也如同为诗歌打上了时代的烙印,颇为耐人寻味。

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

新世纪诗典11,NPC4月14日,3663首,1164人。四面来峰(江西)日

李子缘点评:太吓人了,这不一枚钉子,分明是一枚炸弹,在引爆的千钧一发和提心吊胆的状态下又保持着悠然无事的永恒,这究竟是一种什么状态?就这种状态,太像我们的生活了!

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

 

 

STERNZEICHEN – 黎雪梅 Li Xuemei

四月 10, 2021

Li Xuemei
STERNZEICHEN

Als Mutter Krebs gehabt hat,
als es ihr immer schlechter gegangen ist,
hat sie beschlossen wer Schuld war:
Vater, der sich die ganze Zeit um sie gekümmert hat.
Vater sei ja ein Tiger
und sie ein Huhn, die bekämpfen einander.
Würde sie Vater nicht mehr sehen,
dann würde es langsam besser werden.
Vater ist nichts übriggeblieben,
er hat sich in der Ecke versteckt
und still geweint.

Als Mutter eingesargt worden ist,
hat Vater seine Schweizer Uhr,
die er über 20 Jahre getragen hat,
Mutter um die Hand gelegt
und ein Foto von ihm als er jung war,
an der Brust eine große rote Blüte,
das hat er Mutter heimlich
unters Kopfkissen geschoben.

Erster April 2021
Übersetzt von MW im April 2021

新世纪诗典作品联展#黎雪梅#(4.0)

伊沙推荐:好诗!既有文化性,写得又感人。口语诗已经完全取代了抒情诗,替之更好地发挥着诗歌的抒情功能,急也没有用,骂也没有用,实际情况即是如此,四十年来中国大陆现代诗融入世界的大方向绝不会改变。

况禹点评《新诗典》黎雪梅《属相》:属相是十足的中国元素,中国人理解起来很容易,但外国朋友可能就会觉得怪,如果以星座来向他们解释,说不定就会进入到另一个似是而非的思路上去。这样的元素不可替代,有着牢固的中国体质。但本诗所揭示的主题又是通行人类的——父亲对母亲的爱。这也是真正的来自生活的诗意。

《属相》自评

父母者,人之本也。人生最大的痛苦,莫过于失去至亲,如两条相交的线段,短暂地交集之后再也消失不见。午夜梦回,与父母在一起的那些场景历历在目,恍若刚刚才发生……以诗歌为喉记录下来,让这一切在文字里永恒,让爱得以传承。对于爱情,也许每个时代的人都有不同的表达,我们的父辈也许一辈子也没有向对方说过爱,但他们的一举一动无不彰显着这世间最真、最纯净的人伦之爱,也让我们深深懂得,人生就是一张单程车票,珍惜当下,真诚付出,才能无怨无悔。

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

Calligraphy by Huang Kaibing

 

 

 

EMPRESS DOWAGER TRUMP – 莫高 Mo Gao

十一月 15, 2020

picture by 邢昊 Xing Hao, click on the image for more

Mo Gao
EMPRESS DOWAGER TRUMP

When he said
“America first!“,
when he said
“No-one understands better than I“,
when he said
“Drink disinfectants to cure the virus!“;
when he withdrew from even more groups and assemblies,
when he put even more business and people from China
on sanctions lists;
I saw a shadow behind him,
of a dowager empress from the Qing dynasty.
I was thinking,
shouldn’t I remind folks in America,
but
wouldn’t they think I had idle concerns?

8/15/20
Translated by MW, November 2020

特朗普太后
莫高

当他说
“美国优先”
当他说
“没人比我更懂”
当他说
“喝消毒液可以治病”
当他宣布退出更多的群
当他把更多中国人和中国公司
纳入制裁名单
我在他身上看到
清朝一个太后的影子
我在想
要不要提醒一下美国人民
那么
他们会不会觉得我操空心

2020.8.15

picture by 邢昊 Xing Hao, click on the image for more

picture by 邢昊 Xing Hao, click on the image for more

I PRAY FOR PEOPLE WHO DIED FROM DISEASE – 韩敬源

三月 20, 2020

为病逝的人祈祷

韩敬源

那鸣叫的蛐蛐是谁的命
那枝头的蝉声是谁的魂
我从你们可能走过的路上走过
我在你们可能躺过的床上休息

2013年8月


Han Jingyuan
I PRAY FOR PEOPLE WHO DIED FROM DISEASE

Whose life is in the cricket I hear?
Whose soul is in the cicada who calls from that twig?
I walk on the path where you may have walked,
I rest on the bed where you may have lain.

August 2013
Translated by MW, March 2020


Han Jingyuan
ICH BETE FÜR DIE WEGEN KRANKHEIT VERSTORBENEN

Wessen Leben ist in der zirpenden Grille?
Wessen Seele ist in der Zikade dort auf dem Zweig?
Auf dem Weg wo ich gehe seid ihr vielleicht gegangen,
Auf dem Bett wo ich ruhe seid ihr vielleicht gelegen.

August 2013
Übersetzt von MW im März 2020

 

 

BETEN – 湘莲子

五月 16, 2017

Xiang Lianzi
BETEN
im spital hab ichs oft gehört
mehr als in der kirche
und frommeres
beten
ich fühl mich wirklich
als schwester

2017-05-06
Übersetzt von MW im Mai 2017

WHEN DO I NEED A BOYFRIEND? 闫永敏

十二月 17, 2016

yan_yongmin

Yan Yongmin
WHEN DO I WANT A BOYFRIEND?

not when I’ve cooked too much food for myself
not when I’m alone at the movies
not when I cannot move heavy stuff
not when my mom asks me to get married
not when I go to the hospital all by myself
not when I hug myself and cannot sleep
when I put on or take off a dress
the zipper at the back gets stuck in the middle
I think it might be nice to have a boyfriend
zip me up in the morning
zip me out at night

Tr. MW, December 2016

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DYREHAVEN

八月 12, 2016

deer1

TAARBAEK AND DYREHAVEN

never seen so many deer in my life
never seen so many, so many deer
up on the hill round the old castle
hermitage hunting lodge
little bit like a small belvedere
I mean the belvedere in vienna
but this is the forest,
as wild as it gets
next to a big city.
this is a very magical place.
herds upon herds.
some of the herds all have great antlers
some deer are black.
some are all white.
most deer are brown, as I have known them.
but I have never seen white deer before
nor seen a herd all with such antlers.
maybe small elk.
don’t know how they’ re called.
people walk by,
people ride through them,
riding on bicycles.
I am a little vary of them.
if they came charging,
what would we do?
my daughter maia is not afraid,
she walks right up to them.
some are a few meters away,
then they withdraw.
there are small kids,
not very shy.
two very small deer,
we are between them and their mother.
I wonder what happens if one is injured,
if one is sick.
do they care for each other?
once a year there are hunters,
we hear.
there is a barn,
maybe food for the winter.
kristian shows us mint by the road.
this is a long walk in the evening,
though it’s not very far.
you see the sea, you hear the train,
you even hear sirens
somewhere on roads outside the forest.
it was a long, magical walk.
if you live here, so close to the deer,
so close to the sea
you have a wonderful, privileged life.
one more thing: wikipedia says
the constitution was celebrated
june 5, 1854
30.000 people
in front of Hermitage hunting lodge
I wonder what the deer thought of that.

MW August 2015

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deer

UNITED IN SOLIDARITY. 聯合抗議拜新年。HAPPY YEAR OF THE SNAKE! 祝大家蛇年快樂!

二月 9, 2013

《新诗典》以本诗为天下苍生祈福! //@老纪微波:抄送@长安伊沙
In bloom in the chanting
Zhan Che
Chanting sutras, blossoms opening
– stopping by the shrine of the Le Sheng Old People’s Home
[to be demolished]

100 year old banyan tree stretching its roots
sunlight in the wind tipping millions of leaves
some kind of music comes from these instruments
from strings and keys
from hairs and tongues
lepers kneeling before Buddha statues
wrists without hands
wrists that had knives tied to them for cutting vegetables
wrists, mallets tied to them beating wooden fish
– wooden fish swimming in sounds of bells
sounds of bells swimming in rain

those fish without noses
bats with no eyes
earthworms with no hands or feet
by the sound of those wooden fish
growing into whatever they planted
osmanthus smiles magnolia
scents through their four elements six roots of desire
through their five sensory organs in forms of flowers
scents drawing in sutra chanting
in the unseen world –
from their deformed hands feet noses lips
growing twigs and leaves
osmanthus blossoms magnolia smiles
smiling bodhisattvas
in scents of sandalwood and flowers
lighting lanters to walk through the night

but they will be banished by rigid laws
this cultural heritage for all mankind fits into
colonial history public health human rights
they are helpless in this official-commercial structure
but they will take to the streets kneeling and praying
with their deformed blood-swollen hands and feet
kneeling praying entreating towering authorities
bringing their muttering whispering groaning
flower scents and chanting sutras
drip into memory drop in the rain

Published in Unitas Daily (Taiwan) June 23, 2006
http://www.wretch.cc/blog/htycy/4055637

Tr. MW Febr. 9, 2013

詹撤
在梵唱中開花
-駐足於樂生療養院佛堂邊

【2006/06/23 聯合報】 【詹澈】

百年榕樹還在往下伸長鬚根
陽光在風中翻動百千萬計的樹葉
有一種音樂來自那些根鬚與葉片的樂器
那些弦和鍵
那些髮和舌
那些跪在佛像前的痲瘋病患者
用沒有手掌的手腕
綁過菜刀切菜的手腕
綁著木槌敲著木魚
──木魚游在鐘聲裡
鐘聲遊在雨絲中

那些沒有鼻的魚
沒有眼的蝙蝠
沒有手和腳的蚯蚓
都在木魚鐘聲中
長成他(她)們植栽的桂花 玉蘭花 含笑
花香瀰漫在他(她)們的四大與六根
他(她)們的五官有了各種花的形狀
香氣隱隱引著誦經聲
冥冥中──
從他(她)們殘缺的手掌腳趾鼻脣裡
長出了樹枝與樹葉
開出了桂花 玉蘭花與含笑
含笑的佛菩薩們
在檀香與花香交融中
點亮了暗夜前行的路燈

然而他(她)們將被僵化的法令遷徒
這合於人權的 殖民史的 公衛史的
人類共有的文化古蹟 一群與建築
在官商結構中弱弱無依
然而他(她)們將要去跪拜遊行
用殘缺的紅腫膿血的手腳
向著尖聳的權勢跪拜懇求
帶著噥噥喃喃 嘸嘸唔唔的
在雨聲中滴答著記憶的梵唱與花香


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