Poems of Bai Juyi
|61.||The Almond Blossoms of Chao Village||3/21/2012|
|62.||The Beginning of Summer||8/9/2012|
|63.||The Bloom is not a Bloom||8/9/2012|
|64.||The Chrysanthemums in the Eastern Garden||8/9/2012|
|66.||The Dragon of the Black Pool||3/21/2012|
|67.||The Dwarves of Tao-Chou||3/21/2012|
|68.||The Grain Tribute||3/21/2012|
|69.||The Grand Houses at Lo-yang||8/9/2012|
|70.||The North Window: Bamboo and Rock||3/21/2012|
|71.||The Old Man with the Broken Arm||3/21/2012|
|73.||The Poem on the Wall||8/9/2012|
|74.||The Red Cockatoo||3/21/2012|
|75.||The Spring River||8/9/2012|
|76.||Thinking of the Past||8/9/2012|
|77.||To My Brothers & Sisters Adrift in Troubled Times This Poem of the Moon.||1/1/2004|
|78.||Visiting the Hsi-Lin Temple||3/21/2012|
|79.||Watching the Reapers||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.