Yangtze River Headwaters Volunteering Day 26 长江源志愿工作第26天

This is a series of journals recording my days in the Yangtze River Headwaters volunteering project. I will try to update every day but there might be delays in the days I work in the wild without the internet. I’m also trying to write bilingual if time allows. Like it? Follow my Instagram (@anar.chica.yichenguo) for updates!

The left out baby bar-headed goose was finally killed by the Tibetan fox that was eyeing on her for a long time. Although it was not unexpected, it still broke my heart. I had been watching her the whole time during the days that I worked by the Bende Lake. 

Some things are doomed to happen because of natural force. But when it’s somehow related to you, it means much more than that. 

I have no mood for anything else today. 

All of a sudden,
A life was taken.
The fenceless garden,
Saw it all happen.

Gone was the fox,
Left you by a pond.
Killing by the necks,
Not a wound be found.

Buried by the Bende Lake,
Everything’s yours in the grassland.
Rest in peace lovely babe,
One day I’ll see you again in wonderland.

You little fluffy ball,
Flying in heaven highest of all.

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