This narration full of indignation towards the world is the postscript to the poetry collection "Southern Hui" by the poet Chen Yanzhen. I have no doubts about him wanting to pee outside the window. In reality, he is also such a person, wearing blue and white and dragging around the campus of Donghua University, walking like an earthbound spirit, and asking everyone, "Would you like to hit me?" Mahjong?",
when I met at the snack bar, he choked me, "You won't say hello when you see the senior?". He once took me on a tour of the Donghua campus. At that time, he had not published a poetry collection. When we were half-baked in blue and white, we talked about each other's education, and he rarely hesitated, "Don't ask." A few remove background from image years later, he published his first collection of poems, and at the launch of his new book, he was finally able to speak out his aphasia at that time. He said that he was born in a family of doctors in the ancient capital of Tainan, and he was the "Liaoweizi" (Southern Fujian) in the family. Pragmatics, meaning prodigal son), was admitted to a private university at the end of the crane. So he urinated on tall buildings and wrote poetry as a resistance to the world.
Between being accepted and abandoned, the figure tossing and turning With the help of poetry, he climbed up from the quagmire of higher education and came to the Institute of Literary Creation in Hualien. From Tainan to Hualien, the poems written between the two places are filled with his wandering figure between leaving home and homesickness, between being accepted and abandoned. In the poem "Nanhui", he deeply described the majesty of that big family: They say the bamboo grass is burnt and then burn your dreams "At that time, when your grandma cooked sweet potato rice, I shaved his ear directly , but it's not that I didn't have the money to buy rice for him." ——"Southern Hui" (excerpt)
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