Appreciation of Ancient Poetry
Tang Bai Juyi
A remnant sun lays in the water.
Half a river is full of rustle and half a river is red.
Pity the first three nights of September,
Dew is like a pearl and moon is like a bow.
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This poem was written by Bai Juyi on his way to Hangzhou to serve as an assassin in the second year of Changqing (822). At that time, the politics of the court was dim, and the poets tasted the officials of the court and asked for foreign office. After leaving the court, the author was in a relaxed mood, for he wrote this poem.
Appreciation of Poems and Essays
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《暮江吟》is a seventh masterpiece created by Bai Juyi, a poet of Tang Dynasty, and a masterpiece of landscape painting.
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