Yang Guang, originally Yang Guange who was born in 1970s, is a poet and reviewer. He is the author of The Death of Love and The city Chicken- Man. He won many prizes including The Research and Discovery of Chinese Poems, one of The Best Ten Poets, The Reviewer of the First Chinese Han Poem, the Modern Poet and the International Poet of Short Poems in 2011.
Qu Meihua graduated from the English Department of Yunnan Normal University. He works as an English teacher in a middle school.
人啊 阔绰无比的你们 一无所有
Strong Desire cooks life.
Being noisy, Both life and non-life are filled with energy.
During the thousands of years of the autumn
The moose are gathering immediately.
The sickle and hoe is moving wildly and harvester is roaring madly.
People mobilize each cell to pack a heavy package,
With the flowers on the face brighten the sky.
A wizened poet is leaning on the empty bags,
Walking on the edge of the secular world and
Tightening the world with Eyes and Mind.
He understands the lively coldness of the world,
The hustle and bustle of the cold
Watching the world's lively coldness.
Deep in the world,
Columns collapse with the chirp of knives and guns
And the rumble of guns.
He felt the sticky pain of flowers and trees,
Touching the animal's desperate scream
Hearing of the suffering of the sand and stones.
Sitting at the Core of white frost, cold wind and depression
While Listening to the boundless falling wood.
The slang of the poet's words is thundering:
Man, you're so rich but nothing belongs to you,
you're so rich but nothing belongs to you!