Chinese Poet Chiu Siu Po’s Poem

“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.

 

She complain:

〝Damn it! Playing mahjong

grinded my fingerprint !〞

 

“沒有指紋的人”

文/招小波(中国香港)

 

在香港往深圳的關口

個女人被阻止出閘

因為電腦讀不到她的指紋

她已被當成一具行屍走肉

 

她怨道

是該死的麻將牌

把她的指紋磨平了

 

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.