A Post-producer, and hawthorn-addict

(C11, M54, Y89, K0): the daintily-mellowed tints of a glorious sunset
Glides along his vernier of Color Depths

C——a positive value indicates: African blue basil; and a negative one - tulips bulbs
M——positive- saffron flowers; negative- red cedar wood
Y——positive- curry powder; negative- lavender
K——positive- black cardamoms; negative- white peppers
(How the spicily fragrant colors have absorbed the essence of the world around him!
The hawthorn underneath his tongue tastes as insipid as a mothball now)

The dwindling form of a lady vanishes beyond wind-etched grooves and mushroom rocks…
He yearns so, to affix a pair of wings on her, with some sealing wax.
(Or to replace the color of her windbreaker with scarlet? Which the chief editor has strictly forbidden-
Art, love, whatever his excuse might be)
And to give her a twilight tint with the ‘soft light’ blend mode

All begins with the color of a Jericho rose
And ends somewhere dim and undiscovered
When tranquil beams of an afterglow carved everything out
What’s left for him to do is to brush away the wood dust
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Xiaoyuan Yin

Chief protagonist of encyclopedic poetry writing in China, advocate of hermaphroditical characteristics in poetic creation. Epic Poet, author of 18 long narrative poems (up to 70 thousand lines) and 12 other series (physics, chemistry, biology, geography, geology, psychology, calligraphy, photography, musicology, geometry, atmospheric science, and information sciences) . Member of Translators Association of China and the Poetry Institute of China. Winner of the Best International Translator for 2008 of IPTRC, andthe Prize for Distinguished Translator in the 4th World Poetry Prizes Sponsored by Dr. Choi Laisheung. Editor of several official poetry magazines. Over two thousand poetic works have been published in Ottawa Weekend, North American Maple (Canada) , Aust Cai Hong Ying(Australian) , New World Poetry (U.S.A.) , Tong Hua Daily News(Tailand) , China Daily, Global Times, and various magazines in China. more…

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