See Shaofu Li Who Is Demoted Xiazhong And Shaofu Wang Who Is Demoted Changsha Off - Poem by Luo Zhihai
★ See Shaofu Li Who Is Demoted Xiazhong and Shaofu Wang Who Is Demoted Changsha Off
☆ Poetry by Gao Shi (700-765, Tang Dynasty, China)
☆ Translation by Luo Zhihai (1954-, China)
To your parting heave a sigh
Stop your horses. Let us drink a toast and talk about living in exile
In Wuxia Gorge shed rows of tears for hearing ape’s cry
Please send several letters to me after arriving Hengyang!
In autumn of the Qingfengjiang sail away far
Side of the White Emperor City ancient woods sparse
There are more dews and rains now in the flourishing age
Parting is temporary. Not hesitate!
1) Shaofu, an official name in Tang Dynasty, China.
2) Wuxia Gorge, Xiazhong, Second Gorge of the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River.
3) Changsha, Hengyang, Cities of Hunan Province, China.
4) Qingfengjiang River, flows through the Changsha City.
5) The White Emperor City is located in the White Emperor Mountain of Fengjie County, Chongqing, on north shore of the Yangtze River. The famous tourist attraction of the Three Gorges.
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