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Monolines
by changming yuan

Saturday, March 03, 2007
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1. no matter how dark the night is, it can never turn a tiny snowflake black
2. year by year our village is shrinking in size while the cemetery is enlarged
3. upon their departure, one umbrella walks into the rain as the other out of it
4. the sky and eye crush into sunlight in their blue reflections
5. every fallen tree is a home uprooted
6. the most violent storm starts with a tiny breath of still air
7. day dreams sell best for the dream catcher
8. death is a stage curtain weaved with the fabric of lead
9. with so many of his shadows fighting on the ground he becomes a total looker-on
10. in the geared throat of the clock blocks a sharp bone of hope
11. only still waters can mirror the moon and stars
12. my humble job is to find a cure for a little dying word
13. the lonely tree in the wildness is more an artwork than the popular wood statue
14. the kissing lips of seawater are chapped with thirst for land
15. when tightly drawn, a rein of restraint looks more like a lash mark of slavery
16. spring is charming because of the few traces of filth and mire after the snow
17. the ground retains all the sound and fury of the dust
18. the pleasant views in heaven are the same as the painful sights in hell
19. like a squatting grass, a moving earthworm is also watching our world
20. over our heads is the dayís thick ink rather than the nightís bitter juice that the sun sprays
21. every leaf facing the sun is shinier and smoother than its reverse side
22. my child is a fish swimming out of my vein and trying to join the ocean of a motherís womb
23. which hits the target successfully when two missiles meet head on in the open space?
24. for all the deep wrinkles on its face and body, the walnut cherishes a rich and ripe brain
25. the bird flies as high as heaven, but it has to return to the earth to make a nest
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Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 3/5/2007
I am completely captivated by this unique piece
full of wisdom nature spiritual
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