Text: Inspector Gordon (founder of Denishua, hopes to make literature and art more relevant) A bridge burns, many lights go out, and darkness falls. The sudden darkness of the city makes you and I realize the fragility of civilization. Hong Kong is so hot, that unbearable fire, and countless blame and complaints. This city is dying, the ship will sink, the city will be dull. Power outages in modern cities are always anomalous, breaking the cycle of boredom. Maybe when the light of civilization and rationality fades away, the world can appear.
The screen is no longer bright, and there is no old picture restoration temptation or stimulation. When you open your eyes, you will see the natural nature of the city and the shimmer of the heart. Taiwanese poet Yang Jiaxian wrote a poem in April this year, like a prophecy. Taiwan is not far from Hong Kong, and there are relatively many power outages. Many literary and artistic works have written related topics. This "Leaving when the power goes out",
short and concise, is a poem of contemplation in the Kuroshio. "Leaving During a Power Outage" Yang Jiaxian The river bends slowly like a rope that has been used When the rain falls, it's sand , I'm buried in it, you walk past my face There's nothing to say like a bridge , sober and listen, the earth is rusting The sand holds the hands of the dead, the water that crawls away, everything that illuminates Can the rope remember its history you know i love you A faint smoke rises from the bridge, keep sleeping, the rain will dutifully cover us RTS8WDH4 Photo Credit: