Tao Qian


Returning To Live In The South (Ii) - Poem by Tao Qian

Sow beans south hill below
Grass flourishing beans seedling scarce
Morning rise tidy wasteland ugly
Carry moon carry hoe return
Way narrow grass trees great
Evening dew dampen my clothes
Clothes wet not enough worry
If cause wish not separate


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 1, 2004



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