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More gracile than yellow flowers the life and works of Li Chʻing-chao. by Lucy Chao Ho

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Published by Mayfair Press; [distributor: Yu Fang Book Co., New York] in Hong Kong .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Li, Qingzhao, 1081-ca. 1141 -- Translations into English.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsLi, Qingzhao, 1081-ca. 1141.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL2682 .Z5H6 1968
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 157 p.
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5412987M
LC Control Number73004204

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I see that I am more gracile than the yellow flowers. To The Tune Of Like A Dream. I always remember the sunset over the pavalion by the river. So tipsy, we could not find our way home. Our interest exhausted, the evening late, we tried to turn the boat homeward. By mistake, we entered deep within the lotus bed. Row! Row the boat! Oh, I cannot say it is not enchanting, Only, when the west wind stirs the curtain, I see that I am more gracile than the yellow flowers." Again, the little girl read the poem without looking in the book. "Okay, now I can take my shirt off." Iris took her shirt off, exposing her breasts. "This foreign poem stuff is really turning me on.". "More gracile than yellow flowers": the life and works of Li Chʻing-chao Ho, Lucy Chao [ Thesis: ] Languages: English;Chinese, [1 other]. Her body's gracile, and she's in control Ohh-ohhh yes I said ohh-ohhh yes Don't have much sense, and I ain't too smart One thing I know, she stands apart When I watch her walk, when I see her dance My little brain, ain't got much chance She's a winner, and it's understood Her body's gracile, it's more than good She's a winner, she'll get away.