Staying The Night At A Mountain Temple - Poem by Li Bai
High tower high hundred feet
Hand can pluck stars
Not dare high voice speak
Fear startle heaven on person
The high tower is a hundred feet tall,
From here one's hand could pluck the stars.
I do not dare to speak in a loud voice,
I fear to disturb the people in heaven.
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