Poetry To Present Zhang Yunrong’s Dancing - Poem by Luo Zhihai
★ Poetry to Present Zhang Yunrong’s Dancing
☆ Poetry by Yang Yuhuan (719-756, Tang Dynasty, China)
☆ Translation by Luo Zhihai (1954-, China)
Silk sleeves flutter and sweet smell comes
Red lotus in curling autumn smoke
On the ridge the light clouds swaying wind just
Tender willow twigs by pool first disturb water low
Note: Yang Yuhuan (719-756) , a palace musician and dancer in the Tang Dynasty. She first is the princess of Prince Shou Wang, Li Mao. Li Mao is the son of Emperor Tang Xuanzong. Afterwards she was canonized as the imperial concubine by Emperor Tang Xuanzong.
On April 5,2015 Translation
◆ Chinese Text
☆ 杨玉环 诗
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