Luo Zhihai

Gold Star - 183,535 Points (In 1954 December / Haifeng / Shanwei / Guangdong / China)

Put Up For The Night In The Wuwei Taoist Temple - Poem by Luo Zhihai

★ Put Up for the Night in the Wuwei Taoist Temple

☆ Poetry by Yuan Jie (719-772, Tang Dynasty, China)
☆ Translation by Luo Zhihai (1954-, China)

Jiuyi Mountain deep thousands of li
Rugged peaks and valleys and no one steps on
There was a Fairy home once in the hill
Ten li of waterfalls around Danzao Hill
Now three or four Taoists
Eating glossy ganoderma, smelting jade and learning Kung Fu lightly
Like Fairy’s carriage draws near the gully
In the sky cranes go waving

注:九嶷山,又名苍梧山。位于湖南省南部永州市宁远县境内,属南岭 山脉,纵横2000余里,南接罗浮山,北连衡岳。
Note: Jiuyi Mountain, also named the Cangwu Mountain. It’s located in Ningyuan county, Hunan Province, China. It belongs to one of the Nanling mountains. It’s more than 2,000 li in length and breadth. It connects Luofu Mountain southward, and Hengshan Mountain northward.

On April 2,2015 Translation

◆ Chinese Text

★ 宿无为观

☆ 元结 诗

十里飞 泉绕丹灶

Topic(s) of this poem: fairy

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

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