The air from Wobo bridge
Blew the frail’s fringe
The scent of lilacs
Got the boy's shirt-front drunk
The two braids
Were like two buds,
Not open yet, so charmingly bright,
In her green school bag
Was a red diary
Where there were two painted butterflies in flight
I would salute you deeply
If that me often
Flashes across your blue memory.
Note: Wobo Bridge refers to a bridge located in South Lake Park in Shenyang. China.
BY Rose Lu(Bing hua) Tr. East Sea Fairy
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