Bai Juyi (772–846 / Taiyuan, Shanxi)
Poems of Bai Juyi
|1.||A Foresaken Garden||3/21/2012|
|2.||A Lament for my Son, Ts'ui||3/21/2012|
|3.||A Song of the Palace.||1/1/2004|
|4.||A Suggestion to My Friend, Liu.||1/1/2004|
|5.||A Visit to Qiantang Lake in Spring||8/9/2012|
|6.||After Collecting the Autumn Taxes||8/9/2012|
|8.||After Passing the Examination||8/9/2012|
|9.||An Invitation to Mr Liu||8/9/2012|
|10.||At the End of Spring||8/9/2012|
|12.||Autumn Thoughts, Sent Far Away||3/21/2012|
|14.||Eating Bamboo Shoots||3/21/2012|
|15.||Enjoying Pine and Bamboo||3/21/2012|
|16.||Escorting Candidates to the Examination Hall||8/9/2012|
|17.||Feelings on Watching the Moon||8/9/2012|
|18.||Fishing in the Wei River||8/9/2012|
|19.||Flower No Flower||3/21/2012|
|20.||Going Alone to Spend a Night at the Hsien-Yu Temple||8/9/2012|
Boundless grasses over the plain
Come and go with every season;
Wildfire never quite consumes them --
They are tall once more in the spring wind.
Sweet they press on the old high- road
And reach the crumbling city-gate....
O Prince of Friends, you are gone again....
I hear them sighing after you.