Po Chu-I

(China)

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  • Rookie Lesley Carnus (6/3/2013 6:28:00 AM)

    I'd love to see the poem Newly Planted Bamboo on your site. Is that possible?
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The Dwarfs Of Tao-Chou

In the land of Tao-chou
Many of the people are dwarfs;
The tallest of them never grow to more than three feet.
They were sold in the market as dwarf slaves and yearly sent to Court;
Described as “an offering of natural products from the land of Tao-chou.”
A strange “offering of natural products “; I never heard of one yet
That parted men from those they loved, never to meet again!
Old men—weeping for their grandsons; mothers for their children!
One day—Yang Ch’ëng came to govern the land;
He refused to send up dwarf slaves in spite of incessant mandates.
He ...

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