JIKE BU Call her Suoma* * Yi name of azalea o fl wer; also the most in the name of love we sh are common name for in the last, this, and next lif e. women in the Yi Love her—love her breathtaking co lor region. from blooming , the traces she left in the wind the rain the scorching s un. Nothing disdains her beauty: she is p ure like ice jade but she is not just pretty and f rail. Her sonorous voice comes from the a ir, the revolving stream, the s oil. Love her . And embrace her barren bo dy like heaven and ear th and everything that grows on e arth with natural birth and de ath in the world even though the w orld doesn’t care where the wind blo ws, where you’re from what you are or where you’r e going. She has her own garden, her old dr eam and her clearly sounding nam e— Call her Suoma out lo ud like calling yourself. Translation by Ming Di
Manoa – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: May 10, 2019
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