This is a poem by Hai Zi, a Chinese poet, that I translated.
Big Sister, tonight,
I’m in Delingha, darkness enveloped,
Sister, tonight I only have the Gobi.
The grassland ends, my two hands,
Grief can’t hold a single tear.
Sister, tonight, I’m in Delingha,
This is the desolate city in the rainwater.
Besides those roads passed
and places lived,
This is the only, the last, expression.
This is the only, the last, grassland.
I gave a stone to a stone.
Tonight, the barely only belongs
Every slice grows,
Tonight, I only have the beautiful Gobi,
Sister tonight I am unconcerned with humanity.
I only think of you.