Luo Zhihai

Gold Star - 174,187 Points (In 1954 December / Haifeng / Shanwei / Guangdong / China)

Divert Myself From Sorrow (The Second) - Poem by Luo Zhihai

★ Divert Myself from Sorrow (The Second)

☆ Poetry by Yuan Zhen (779-831, Tang Dynasty, China)
☆ Translation by Luo Zhihai (1954-, China)

In former days we joked things after our dying
Now they all come before us
Almost all your clothes have been given away
Needlework is here and haven’t the heart to open up
Miss your love and better treat your maids
In the dream, I sent you money and gifts
All mankind must be in the sorrow once
Poor husband and wife are sad everything

On March 25,2015 Translation

◆ Chinese Text

★ 遣悲怀•其二

☆ 元稹 诗

针线犹 存未忍开

Topic(s) of this poem: sorrow

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

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