Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Entry #40

Emergency
by Mu Tai Dong


Mu Tai can today tell can be a bad day. The weather was cloudy and the rain has poured out under hers window. She does not have to want to work, she does not have the feeling likely all day to toil in a hot oven when the polygonum multiflorum and pixies has selected food. But buys her small house she to have. Only if she wants to live in the street and the radioactive monkey. The accident has suddenly come, nobody anticipates it. Then Mu Tai is left behind does not have the hand. She wants to know how she can not deal with it. The small wild animal has licked her wound, she can need other injections! Mu Tai now felt some pities are the disabled people, with understood any they can scrutinize. Mu Tai looks coldly, gray sad wall. Strokes its her to feel the wall the life. It and she conversed. "Mu Tai! Felt my strength and needs my life! And your arm very quick will grow!"

Mu Tai feels one kind of strange feeling when the wall has given her its life.

Her arm growth. She is joyful.

10 comments:

Jim said...

I have to respect someone taking on the task of a writing contest not in their native language. A really interesting interpretation of the wall - I liked it!

Fran Piper said...

This is vivid and interesting. I enjoyed it. Is this the way you always write, or were you trying to capture a particular voice?

Also, I have to ask - what is the radioactive monkey?

caveblogem said...

I keep coming back to this one.

RG said...

Gosh that's totally brilliant. I picture a post-apocolyptic world and genetic engineering, with a little folksy-fairytale twist. Wonderful.

Anonymous said...

An intriguing and vivid take on the photography. I liked the juxtaposition of destruction bound up with hope and resurrection.

Anonymous said...

An interesting glimpse into the future.

Anonymous said...

谢谢全部您亲切的词! 您真正地鼓励我的文字!
Thanks completely your kind word! You truly encourage me the writing!

S. W. Vaughn said...

Keep it up, Mu Tai! This is just enchanting. I love the rhythm of it.

Anonymous said...

Have we just been Babelled - fantastic!!!!

jason evans said...

The feel of the writing works well with the futuristic setting.