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Endless Streams and Mountains

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Ch'i Shan Wu Chin
Clearing the mind and sliding in
to that created space,
a web of waters steaming over rocks,
air misty but not raining,
seeing this land from a boat on a lake
or a broad slow river,
coasting by.

The path comes down along a lowland stream

slips behind boulders and leafy hardwoods,
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Dr Antony Theodore 08 December 2020

Rider and walker cross a bridge above a frothy braided torrent that descends from a flurry of roofs like flowers temples tucked between cliffs, a side trail goes there; Beautiful description of nature. tony

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Fabrizio Frosini 27 July 2015

I didn't know that ''Ch'i-shan wu-chin'' (Streams and Mountains Without End) is an ancient Chinese horizontal hand-scroll.. really interesting.. Thanks for sharing your write

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