Shen Congwen: our love life is too short

 Shen Congwen: our love life is too short

I understand youll come, so Ill wait.

After the rain by Shen Congwen


Ive crossed bridges in many places,

I have drunk many kinds of wine,

But only love a person of the best age.

-- Shen Congwens notes on Xiangxing


All things happen by chance,

The result is as inevitable as fate.

-- Shen Congwens border town


Between green mountains and green waters,

I want to take your hand and walk across this bridge,

The other end of the bridge is green silk, and this end of the bridge is white hair.

A love letter to Zhang Zhaohe by Shen Congwen


-- Shen Congwens little scenery under the moon


If its your misfortune that I love you,

Its as unfortunate as my long life.


In your reflection, a persons heart will become ice.

Under the moon by Shen Congwen


A woman in a poets poem,

Never grow old,


In this world,

All the real people,

-- Shen Congwens border town


Its unfortunate that one remembers too many things,

Its unfortunate to know too much,

Its too bad to realize.

There is no happiness when its time to laugh.

The sun has lived up to us,

We must not let the sun down.

Border town


Some roads look very close, but they are far away,


Life is really a book,

The content is complex and the weight is heavy,

Its worth turning to the last page you can turn to,


Peoples loneliness is sometimes difficult to express in words.

-- Shen Congwens border town

Ive been away from you for a week,

Its a bad day for travelers.

I dont suffer from cars,

Not suffering from food and drink,

But its hard to miss you.

Some people can be easily erased with time,

Like dust.

-- Shen Congwens border town


I dont know love sea.

There are also people who understand the sea,

The painting of eight horses by Shen Congwen


Maybe, come back tomorrow.

-- Shen Congwens border town

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