The online drama "The Queen's Gambit" has aroused heated discussions, with many articles discussing various issues in the play (such as gender, growth, race, chess game), and even whether the play is "a masterpiece" A hot topic of discussion. It is said that if you know chess, you will be more engaged when watching "The Back Wing". This "chess" poem we read this time, even if we don't know anything about how to play chess, it will not hinder the poet's emotions.
MarinSorescu Photo Credit: Cezarika1 "Chess" by the Romanian poet Marin. Marin Sorescu "Chess" by Marin Solescu ; I move a day and he photo background removing moves a night. I advance with a dream, and he goes to war against me. He attacked my lungs, I thought about it in the hospital for nearly a year , set up a series of exquisite counts, and won a night , he moved a disaster , and threatened me with cancer (the chess move was a cross at this time), but, I To fend off a book He was forced to retreat. I won a few more, but look, half my life is on the brink —if I take you down, you're going to lose optimism, he told me. ——It doesn’t matter, I laughed, I will transpose the car and the emotion.
Behind me, my wife, my children, the sun, the moon, and other onlookers trembled at every step I took. I lit a cigarette and continued the game. Baizi: Poet; Heizi: Who? The poem begins by saying, "I move a day," which indicates that the poet uses Baizi. As mentioned in "Back Wings," the starter can often have a slight advantage. However, even with this advantage, look at who your opponent is. So who is this "he" who is against "me"? Read on, we will know that this is an extraordinary opponent, "he" can be adversity, fate, or even death. White Chess: Day, Dream, Book, Feeling Black: Night, Disaster, Cancer