Qiu Shui, originally Rulan Qian. She has published poems in various journals. She is the editor of Strait Poetry.
Title Divine, also nicknamed as Kingfisher. He holds his master's degree in English poetry.
The peach flower was calmly napping, there
She was tinted with pink following some drinks
Spring was sauntering in the field
Before she awoke, pinched her cheeks and said
‘What a sin, my goodness!
Come down, please, stop causing trouble here…”
Preserve your flowering,
hold back your tears
Beneath your smooth belly
you hold the moon's seed
At times you suffer a fever
Destined to contribute injured kisses
You've caught flame and in the poem always say:
'Calm down, calm down.
Loneliness is only vinegar brewed by time'
(Note: in Chinese literary tradition, peach flowers are often used as an image of love or pretty woman.)