Scenery Of Wen-Ling - Poem by Charles WOO
Clever guys live in Zhe-jiang with beautiful scenery.
Wen-ling Terrace can be seen at the east water clearly.
All flying wild geese mistake the quarries as small islands.
You can admire the swans travelling to Tai-hu woodlands.
Twilight brightens the pavilion where people play flute.
Tourists enjoy the stone walls while trying the local fruit.
In this website, I write a poem to extol such scene.
This place is like the fairyland that I have never been.
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