“Someone Haven’t Fingerprint”
by Chiu Siu Po (China Hongkong)
In gate from Hongkong to Shenzhen,
a woman can’t pass out.
Because system can’t read her fingerprint.
She is only a moving body within soul.
〝Damn it! Playing mahjong
grinded my fingerprint !〞
About : Chiu Siu Po (招小波) , President of the Hong Kong Pioneer Poetry Club, and founder and chief editor of The China Liupai Poetry. He is the author of 11 volumes of poetry including: Use My Tooth Farming in Iron-Age, If Chinese Dante Stand in Tai-Shan, Seven-Strings—111 Poets in My Poems, Common Songs: 200 Poets in My Poems. His poems also included in Tree of Ten-Encirclements: Selected Poems of Contemporary Chinese poetry.