I am interested in finding the original Chinese poems used in Notes from the City of the Sun by Bonnie S. McDougall. I know the poems are from Bei Dao, and, according to this webpage, the poems used include "生活" (translates to Living), "艺术" (translates to Art), "命运" (translates to Fate), "祖国" (translates to Motherland), and "自由" (translates to Freedom). However, there appears to be 14 poems total, and and all I could find was "生活," found on the previously linked site as it was only one word long (网, meaning net) and the second line of "命运" from this webpage (栏杆随意敲打着夜晚, translating to The railing randomly knocks on the night). Could someone help me find the rest, or at least provide some tips, like certain search terms, or a website that has these works?
The original Chinese title is 太阳城札记.
Excerpt from the Chinese poetry website shigeku.com. Notice that 生命, 爱情, 自由... are all the titles of the poems.