Han Yu Poems
|1.||Wind And Rain||8/13/2012|
|2.||To The Moon Goddess||8/13/2012|
|4.||To One Unnamed V||8/13/2012|
|5.||Note On A Rainy Night To A Friend In The North||8/13/2012|
|6.||The Jade Pool||8/13/2012|
|7.||The Inlaid Harp||8/13/2012|
|8.||The Palace Of The Sui Emperor||8/13/2012|
|9.||To One Unnamed I||8/13/2012|
|10.||In The Camp Of The Sketching Brush||8/13/2012|
|11.||To One Unnamed Iii||8/13/2012|
|12.||North Among Green Vines||8/13/2012|
|13.||To One Unnamed||8/13/2012|
|14.||Light Rain Early In Spring||8/13/2012|
|15.||The Han Monument||8/13/2012|
|17.||There Is Only One||8/13/2012|
|18.||The Sui Palace||8/13/2012|
|20.||Snow In Spring||8/13/2012|
|21.||To One Unnamed Iv||8/13/2012|
|22.||The Leyou Tombs||8/13/2012|
|24.||Thoughts In The Cold||8/13/2012|
|25.||To One Unnamed Ii||8/13/2012|
|26.||A Message To Secretary Linghu||8/13/2012|
Comments about Han Yu
Gone is the guest from the Chamber of Rank,
And petals, confused in my little garden,
Zigzagging down my crooked path,
Escort like dancers the setting sun.
Oh, how can I bear to sweep them away?
To a sad-eyed watcher they never return.
Heart's fragrance is spent with the ending of spring
And nothing left but a tear-stained robe.
The Han Monument
The Son of Heaven in Yuanhe times was martial as a god
And might be likened only to the Emperors Xuan and Xi.
He took an oath to reassert the glory of the empire,
And tribute was brought to his palace from all four quarters.
Western Huai for fifty years had been a bandit country,
Wolves becoming lynxes, lynxes becoming bears.
They assailed the mountains and rivers, rising from the plains,
With their long spears and sharp lances aimed at the Sun.
But the Emperor had a wise premier