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October 03, 2022

Articles by Xi Nan (Nancy)



[Poem]

Poem

In About the Early Winter in 2005 (2020-03-16) poem unrhymed

Xi Nan (Nancy), contemporary poet, writer, and translator, was born in western Hunan, China. She used to be the lifestyle columnist of the (British) BBC UKChina website, and was nominated for the Zijin Star by People's Literature, China for her debut novel.

In the Festival of the World (2020-04-20) poem unrhymed

"...look into the cell phone to find someone who can chat..."

Thinking of You Is Full of Comfort (#26 - 29) (2020-05-18) poem unrhymed

The first in a series of poems with three-line stanzas.

Thinking of You Is Full of Comfort (#32 - 35) (2020-06-15) poem unrhymed

"...look at the grey sky, Falling down rains..."

Thinking of You Is Full of Comfort (#99 - 105) (2020-07-13) poem unrhymed

"...This rain was very small, tiny, close to none..."

Thinking of You Is Full of Comfort (#197 - 201) (2020-08-10) poem unrhymed

"...The tree branch we took back from the lakeside..."

The Life I Want (2020-09-07) poem unrhymed

"...you will open the curtains completely, in a sunny and clear morning..."

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