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Mid-Autumn Festival



Poem By Bing Hua USA
Translator By Xu Yingcai USA


A roaming heart
Always fights shy of the Autumn moon

Viewing some photos
Making some calls
And sending some emails
These are the so-called Autumn festival reunion

Under the rain quietly slanting over the street out the window
The lawn looks weepy
The autumn wind is a reminder to the little grass:
You can’t ride the moon to return to your hometown

Moon cakes with five nuts or lotus seed paste or egg yolks
Are placed on the table
But some taste is missing

The moon is round out there
Yet why the heart is filled with pain

About this poem

The poem, first published in 2010。

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Written on September 12, 2010

Submitted by bing_h on August 14, 2021

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Bing Hua

Bing Hua Bing Hua is the pen name of Lihua Lu, who is also known as Rose Lu. She is an accountant in Maryland, vice president of the Chinese Poetry Association, content director of Poetry Hall. She has been called “the queen of love poetry” and “a rose in the poetic world” and her poetic style called the “Bing Hua Style”. Her poems are so influential that they are considered “Bing Hua Phenomenon”. She began writing poetry during the 1980s. Her publications include Selected Poems of Bing Hua, a bilingual work in Chinese and English published in 2019/2020, This is Love (2013), and Roses by the Stream with a Chinese edition published in 2008 and a bilingual edition published in 2019. She co-edited World Pandemic Poetry (2020) , Best Modern and Contemporary Chinese Poetry (2021), and Best Overseas Chinese Poetry (2021) with Yingcai Xu. Her poems have been translated into English, German and Korean. Two of her poems, “A Hand Fan” and “Neither out of Flighty or Levity” won the Belief in Love Golden Award in the 31st World Congress Poets Contest. “The Lotus Obsession” won the Butterfly Golden Award in the 1st World Chinese Language Love Poems Contest. In 2016 she was judged an excellent poet by the Poetry Network. Bing Hua won the China New Regression Poets award in 2017. Bing Hua’s poetic philosophy is “to see the world with the eye of nature and to express the world with the poems of nature”. more…

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