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Ní Cháng﹡

Yi Yang
Translated from Chinese by Shilin Ou
When I finish wearing these clothes,
winter will come.
When the cloth runs out,
I shall be gone.
Winter needs more beautiful vestures,
and death
is going home
in joys.

﹡Ní Cháng in Chinese means beautiful vestures (worn by goddesses) – translator.

About the author:

Yi Yang, a graduate of Wuhan Conservatory of Music, was born in 1969 in Shiyan city, Hunan Province. She was actively involved in poetry with her writing, recitation and singing. Yi Yang contracted an incurable disease in 2007 and was reported missing the next spring.

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