A collection of poems (loosely) inspired by the ancient Chinese classic I Ching (Book Of Changes). These are not translations or paraphrases, and no special knowledge of the I Ching is required. These poems simply use the hexagrams of the I Ching as points of departure for original compositions. Each poem explores the concept introduced by a hexagram, with solid lines of the latter being represented by solid nine-syllable lines of text, and broken lines by lines of text divided into two halves of four syllables each.
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