Starlight | 星芒
The stars rotated in the deep ocean sky slowly.
Those lights come from distant times.
Her figure had broken into the eyes of the crow.
The dazzling halo besieged its heart.
When the wind of reason raged on the earth,
The dense haze gradually turned into nothingness,
She once wandered here,
Spoke words that word had not spoken yet,
Like a bunch of sparks blooming.
The light of the world
Secretly ebb and flow at the beginning of the chaos of heaven and earth.
Is the gleaming fairy an image or entity of light?
The halo of sand-like star river
Shattered into dust in the unattended emptiness.
The stars are unborn light marks,
Just as the river is the undercurrent of forgotten.
In order to redeem the corpse of his beloved son Hector,
King Priam drove a carriage full of treasures,
Under her shelter, ran to Achilles' camp alone.
The first person to witness the starry sky created time,
And created life or death together.
The mountains were overturned, the waves were surging,
The lithe light danced in the air.
Stars and eyes,
Is there anyone who can exist alone?
When the sky casts heavy shadows on the earth,
The mountain deer whispered softly,
The bitter wind also stopped,
Until the gurgling stream gleamed again.
16th Nov. 2020