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God Comes to a Small Bus Station, and: A Small Town in Southern Jiangsu

God Comes to a Small Bus Station, and: A Small Town in Southern Jiangsu LI SHAOJUN Two Poems God Comes to a Small Bus Station Three or five cottages, one or two ligh ts. Here I am, as small as an ant, nowhere in the midd le of the grand Hulunbuir Grassland, having to spend a nig ht at a nameless statio n alone, bearing the cold loneliness but feeling peaceful. Behind me stands the tiger of a cold winter nig ht. Behind that is a clear open r oad. Behind the road is the Ergun River flowing slo wly, a shimmering light in the dark ness. Behind that is the endless birch fo rest, the wilderness of wildernes ses. Behind that are quiet stars low in t he sky, a blue velvet of soft curtain. And behind that is the vast North where God resides. 65 a small town in southern jiangsu Between the metropolises lies a little kin gdom of singing birds and streaming cr eeks. Yellow rapeseeds, the primary residen ts, are flowering in this season. A dragonfly and a butter y fl are the permanent King and Que en. Deep tranquility is the keynote, so an cient You can hear crickets quiver in the w ind. Very few cars http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Manoa University of Hawai'I Press

God Comes to a Small Bus Station, and: A Small Town in Southern Jiangsu

Manoa , Volume 31 (1) – May 10, 2019

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Abstract

LI SHAOJUN Two Poems God Comes to a Small Bus Station Three or five cottages, one or two ligh ts. Here I am, as small as an ant, nowhere in the midd le of the grand Hulunbuir Grassland, having to spend a nig ht at a nameless statio n alone, bearing the cold loneliness but feeling peaceful. Behind me stands the tiger of a cold winter nig ht. Behind that is a clear open r oad. Behind the road is the Ergun River flowing slo wly, a shimmering light in the dark ness. Behind that is the endless birch fo rest, the wilderness of wildernes ses. Behind that are quiet stars low in t he sky, a blue velvet of soft curtain. And behind that is the vast North where God resides. 65 a small town in southern jiangsu Between the metropolises lies a little kin gdom of singing birds and streaming cr eeks. Yellow rapeseeds, the primary residen ts, are flowering in this season. A dragonfly and a butter y fl are the permanent King and Que en. Deep tranquility is the keynote, so an cient You can hear crickets quiver in the w ind. Very few cars

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Published: May 10, 2019

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