Sent To Du Fu Below Shaqiu City - Poem by Li Bai
I come finally what thing
High lie Sha qiu city
City beside are ancient trees
Sun set join autumn sounds
Lu wine not can drunk
Qi song vain again feel
Think you resemble Wen water
Mighty immense send south journey
What is it that I've come to now?
High before me: Shaqiu city.
Beside the city, ancient trees;
The sunset joins the autumn sounds.
The Lu wine cannot make me drunk,
Qi's songs cannot restore my feelings.
My thoughts of you are like the Wen's waters,
Mightily sent on their southern journey.
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