February's Rose

February's Rose

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Bing Hua, "The Queen of Love Poetry", award-winning poet. Bing Hua 's poems center on lauding the love of life and the beauty of affection. With remarkable poetic lines, she has created vital and extraordinary artistic realms. Thus, in her way of sentiment, language, and rhythm, she has freely and fully instilled the female's tender, warm, and affectionate feelings into the deep souls of her readers. She meticulously cultivates fragrant roses by a creek, in a garden, or even in the field of her whole life. In this, she also cultivates beauty.

She integrates her whole heart into nature to directly communicate with nature and submerge herself in the orderly and unorderly boundless firmament. Her poetry is indeed commendable. It is a very unique and culture-rich life experience and mental enlightenment.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 8mm | 213g
  • English
  • 1646627822
  • 9781646627820
  • 697,623

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Bing Hua is an outstanding poet who pursues a unique aesthetic value and is a rose that blooms alone in the time of moribund poetry writing. What a surprising miracle!

- Liu Huangtian, Former President of Chinese Literature & Art Association in America

I like Bing Hua's poetry, simple yet full of feelings. Mr. Xu Yingcai's translation is also quite commendable for the accuracy ,individuality, and cohesion he has achieved!Bing Hua is good at allegorizing subtle intricacies and tender sentiments through scenes in the nature to express her feelings.

- William Marr,Former President of Illinois State Poetry Society

Bing Hua's ecstatic poetry of love invites the reader to experience the many faces of love-love expressed in the seasons, in the gravity of a door, in the heartbreak of the girl who "Turns away from the splendor of rainbows" (This Girl). Read these poems and be moved by the enduring, and sometimes wrenching, power of love.

- Sylvia Cavanaugh, English language Editor for Poetry Hall

"Startled", you may discover "The Light of Poetry" in Bing Hua's poems on "Love" and "Waiting" and "Promise". They can help change your "Mood" in "Setback" and get rid of "The Sorrow of Blue" or some "Haunting Thoughts". Hopefully they could lead you through "That Door" to see "Dancing" "Mayflowers" and hear the "Sound of Silence".

- Zhu Xiao Di, Famous Bilingual Writer, author of Tales of Judge Dee

What a marvelous Bing Hua! During the daytime, she is busy with her career and all the house chores, and at night, she bends over under the lamp writing many poems. Bing Hua doesn't need me to crown her. Those hundred and more compliments she has received tell the story of her reputation in the poetry circle.

- Song Xiaoliang, Famous Writer
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