Heard Sound Of Blowing A Flute At Autumn Night - Poem by Luo Zhihai
★ Heard Sound of Blowing a Flute at Autumn Night
☆ Poetry by Cen Shen (715-770, Tang Dynasty, China)
☆ Translation by Luo Zhihai (1954-, China)
In west Tianmenjie Street heard sound pounding silk
Guests from Southern Xiang worried one night
In Chang’an City there were one million families
Who blew a flute at night?
注：长安，当今西安的古称，今陕西西安就是古时的长安，十三朝古都，是中国历史上建都朝 代最多，建都时间最长，影响力最大的都城。是中华文明的发祥地，丝绸之路的东方起点和隋唐大运河的起点， 中国四大古都之首，世界历史名城，与雅典、罗马、开罗并称世界四大文明古都。
Note: Chang’an, today's Xi'an is ancient name. now Xi'an, Shaanxi is the ancient Chang’an. The ancient capitals of thirteen dynasties in Chinese history. It is the largest Dynasties of construction of the capitals in history. It is the longest times of of construction of the capitals in history. It is the most influential capital city. It is the birthplace of Chinese civilization. The east starting point of the Silk Road. And the starting point of the Grande Canale of the Sui and Tang Dynasties. The first of four major ancient capitals in China. The famous city of world history. It is with Athens, Rome and Cairo—and said the four major ancient civilization of the world.
Beijing time on March 18,2015,10: 20 to 10: 40 Translation
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