Tao Yuanming: Reading “Mountains and Seas Stories”: Thirteen Poems: No. 6

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Reading “Mountains and Seas Stories” : Thirteen Poems: No. 6

 

 

读 “山 海 经”: 十 三 首
遥 芜 皋 上
杳 然 望 扶 木。
洪 柯 百 万 寻
森 散 覆 旸 谷。
灵 人 诗 丹 池
朝 朝 为 日 浴。
神 景 一 登 天
何 幽 不 见 烛。
Du “Shan Hai Jing“: Shi San Shou

(6)

Yao wu gao shang
Yao ran wang fu mu.
Hong ke bai wan xun
Sen san fu yang gu.

Ling ren shi dan chi
Zhao zhao wei ri yu.
Shen jing yi deng tian
He you bu jian zhu.

 

Reading “Mountains and Seas Stories” : Thirteen Poems:    No. 6

On the remote Wugao Mountain
Looking into the distance, warm-weather, tall trees
Vast branches stretching far and wide.
Thick, spreading leaves envelope the place where the sun rises.

One of the immortals linger by the cinnabar pond
Very early in the morning, sun bathes.
Spiritual scenery, sun climbs into the sky
Dark, secluded places gone with the illumination.

 

 

Notes:

Wugao mountain: Located in the western Gansu Province.

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