Ho Xuan Huong

(1772 - 1822 / Nghệ An Province)

The Cake That Drifts In Water


My body is both white and round.
In water I may sink or swim.
The hand the kneads me may be rough,
But I still shall keep my true-red heart.

Submitted: Friday, April 16, 2010

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