Zhang Jing. Pen named "Red Sun", "Xia Yiyi". Her English name is RedSunny. Born in 70s in Beijing. She earned a MA in Journalism in America and now a senior reporter. Jing started writing poetry in 1986 and stopped later. In 1995 she once again pick up poetry and her poetry published since 2008 in a variety of publications, including The World Chinese Magazine, Poetry Selected Magazine and others. She won Jin Di Poetry Prize award of excellence.
Twilight gradually turned dim, who would go after the sun disappeared?
The sky is vast. Grinding inside. Running in the soft cloud that can't hold a grain of slobber
Enclosing, grafting reliable clay, having an opinionated jet-lag life
The blankness crossed over time kept my long braids, small yet pretty waist, female figure
As well as the withstanding firm. Drunk with celebrities. Or been to splashing cattail hassock bay
I wrote once and again about the stars gathering scream, and the hidden dilemma of sea chrysanthemum
How far fetched taste, coaxing eyes shut the sluice
Adding a period of years, as if the blooming of a make-use-of-every-little-bit novelty
-- glittering ordinaries
I want to protect the territory alone, as well as planted with someone in the distance at the same time in same room
Put a few silver thread, a few contracts for self-breeding
The palm print extracting time started to spread, to radiate the mottled aperture that revolved me for years......