Bai Juyi

(772–846 / Taiyuan, Shanxi)

Bai Juyi Poems

41. Staying At Bamboo 8/9/2012
42. The Bloom Is Not A Bloom 8/9/2012
43. Drunk Again 3/21/2012
44. Watching The Reapers 8/9/2012
45. The Cranes 8/9/2012
46. Song Of The Palace 8/9/2012
47. Escorting Candidates To The Examination Hall 8/9/2012
48. The Dwarves Of Tao-Chou 3/21/2012
49. The Almond Blossoms Of Chao Village 3/21/2012
50. On Being Stricken With Paralysis 3/21/2012
51. Rain At Night 3/21/2012
52. Lazy Man's Song 3/21/2012
53. Spring Visit 3/21/2012
54. Rain On Autumn Night 3/21/2012
55. Hearing The Early Oriole 8/9/2012
56. Grass 8/9/2012
57. A Visit To Qiantang Lake In Spring 8/9/2012
58. Spring Sleep 8/9/2012
59. At The End Of Spring 8/9/2012
60. Visiting The Hsi-Lin Temple 3/21/2012
61. A Lament For My Son, Ts'Ui 3/21/2012
62. Golden Bells 3/21/2012
63. To My Brothers & Sisters Adrift In Troubled Times This Poem Of The Moon. 1/1/2004
64. Fishing In The Wei River 8/9/2012
65. Remembering Golden Bells 3/21/2012
66. Enjoying Pine And Bamboo 3/21/2012
67. Night On The West River 3/21/2012
68. Feelings On Watching The Moon 8/9/2012
69. Flower No Flower 3/21/2012
70. A Foresaken Garden 3/21/2012
71. Eating Bamboo Shoots 3/21/2012
72. After Collecting The Autumn Taxes 8/9/2012
73. A Suggestion To My Friend, Liu. 1/1/2004
74. After Passing The Examination 8/9/2012
75. Autumn Thoughts, Sent Far Away 3/21/2012
76. A Song Of The Palace. 1/1/2004
77. Grasses 1/1/2004
78. Song Of The Guitar. 1/1/2004
79. After Lunch 3/21/2012
80. Song Of Unending Sorrow. 1/1/2004

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Best Poem of Bai Juyi

Grasses

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.

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Song Of The Guitar.

In the tenth year of Yuanhe I was banished and demoted to be assistant official in Jiujiang. In the summer of the next year I was seeing a friend leave Penpu and heard in the midnight from a neighbouring boat a guitar played in the manner of the capital. Upon inquiry, I found that the player had formerly been a dancing-girl there and in her maturit

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