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The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #38

December 28, 2014

Hexagram 38: K’uei—Opposition

Two women living
together: their aims are peers,
top against bottom.

Heaven and Earth are
about the same; men, women,
everything Kui and

in its class; Johor
turns upward to SLA.
As it is said: a

gentleman regrets
death, not losing a horse. Death
is resettable

for the guilt-free, not
the wicked. A gentleman
will not vary: lay

blame in the master
lane without conceding the
road. Like saying: with

Shi-coated bovine
valves, a man has no end and
no beginning. In

Corfu, Zhixing will
regret inappropriate
trolling. Just as well:

the Jue Eater comes
in a ghost car to place blame
and to celebrate

Bandit Cole’s wedding.
It’s like saying: whenever
it rains, the dead are

suspected. After
the rain: the first arc of fire
and Mr. Cheung’s death.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #37

November 22, 2014

Hexagram 37: Chia Jên—The Family (The Clan)

Wind and fire under
Tatsumi said: women are
outside men; men are

outside women: the
cardinal principles of
Heaven and Earth are

wind from fire, Dosei
home to the world. Parents call
Yan Jun brother, call

Chujiu brother, but
shun fufu woman. As it
is said: fall in love

with Daji and feed
a pension of regrets. A
rich gentleman is

stingy but will die
lost without conceding the
reflexive call of

Lady Hee Hee. The
Liji log hasn’t changed—the
king is Wei Fu’s child.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #36

October 16, 2014

Hexagram 36: Ming I—Darkening of the Light

The Earth under fire,
Lee unshakable. Gentle,
civilized patrons

save the burden of
a lunar disaster for
the last day of the

month. It’s like saying:
Mongolia is without
heart, wings hanging, a

domestic disease,
a gentleman in line with
ambition too huge

for announcement, too
huge for the abdominal
South. The owner’s gate

swings open early,
food of income unknown, a
story concerned with

the life of Jizi,
posterior to the ground,
lost in four countries.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #35

September 1, 2014

Hexagram 35: Chin—Progress

Day three out on the
ground; shun Tai-ming’s soft terrain.
Like saying: destroy

what is erected
out of the ground. Ignore Fu,
Yu no blame. A lone

gentleman is not
mandated melancholy,
like the Queen Mother

blessing Chiang Kai-shek.
Yun’s regret and stubbornness
is the upward chi

of a master rat,
like an inappropriate
t-shirt of failure

to celebrate the
mechanism of regret, the
loss of the too mean.

Victoria Yap
is a corner of blame that
the Tao does not light.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #34

July 19, 2014

Hexagram 34: Ta Chuang—The Power of the Great

Strong Zhuang: so strong, the
Chia Tai of Heaven and
Earth! Big just to move;

like saying: assault
an indecent gentleman
with thunder in the

sky. Introduction
of a fierce rover, the toe
of info-poor Zhen

Ji. Reckless villains,
unable to move forward
or backward, lean at

an angle. Zhen Li
regrets death; Zhen Ji regrets
death: Francisco must

not lean. Like saying:
sheep easily lost without
regret. Regret is

easy, blame is ominous—
Yau Lee is complex.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #33

May 11, 2014

Hexagram 33: Tun—Retreat

Hang small, Li Zhen. Long
rows dipped in Italy at
the evil time of

the Ephesians! As
it is said: a gentleman
is distal to a

villain. The world is
a regular disaster—
an adversely fat

Meili disaster,
cattle hide disaster, a
leather disaster,

solid folk practice,
a livestock official’s wife.
The Department of

Disease is tired of
official concubines and
fat Zhen Ji dolphins.

English gentlemen
are suspects; use little men,
not little events.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #32

April 11, 2014

Hexagram 32: Hêng—Duration

Constant hang, no blame.
Long and strong under rigid
Lei Feng facies,

the Tao of Heaven
and Earth hangs blame-free on a
road with no end and

no beginning, a
flexible Toshisada,

constant. Sun and Moon
days: the four seasons change, saints
people the world, all

feelings visible.
It’s like saying: Lei Feng, a
gentleman, is not

standing easy. Death
harvests a mechanism of
regret, pursuing

virtue, too ashamed
to attack, dredging for the
tolerance of tin,

German poultry in
the non-place of Andrew Bird.
A fierce woman, a

lady-fierce teacher,
is like saying: Got my own
way! The mean time of

constant vibration
is a reactive culprit
without death’s honor.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #31

April 1, 2014

Hexagram 31: Hsien—Influence (Wooing)

Salt against Gen Next:
fetch a salty girl sense of
air induction, death

to the second phase,
flexible and rigid. Fetch
a girl sense of the

world, saints moving in
of heart-peace under

men and women in
a universe visible.
It’s like saying: a

gentleman with a
salted thumb and fibula
is a virtual

person, a mountain
of fierce harm. Log out despite
the flushing unit

salted with practiced
regrets, flickering between
friends too mean to be

thinking victims, bright
Zhen Ji mechanism of salt-
assisted cheeks, tongue.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]

The I Bing: The Book of Exchanges #30

March 27, 2014

Hexagram 30: Li—The Clinging, Fire

Fire on, fire off, fire
under fire, animal fire,
female fire. Moon days,

beautiful cattle
in the valley, the world formed
Ming Zhao soft, tears of

Noriyuki, world
of vegetation and soft
yellow tomorrows.

The Shoe King is wrong!
Like saying: Chiang Kai-shek has
assumed the functions

of old people on
a day of hard pretend. A
drum, an earthen jar

of PR and song
can be burned long before tears
without tolerance,

folded sudden and
ugly into battle with
a hard quartet of

states, participates.
It’s no blame to be eighty;
no blame to be dead.

[Original Chinese (auto-detected as Chinese Simplified) via Bing translator]


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