Li Bai Poem

Visiting the Taoist Priest Dai Tianshan but Not Finding Him

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A dog’s bark amid the water’s sound,
Peach blossom that’s made thicker by the rain.
Deep in the trees, I sometimes see a deer,
And at the stream I hear no noonday bell.
Wild bamboo divides the green mist,
A flying spring hangs from the jasper peak.
No-one knows the place to which he’s gone,
Sadly, I lean on two or three pines.

Waking from Drunken Sleep on a Spring Day
Visiting a Taoist on Tiatien Mountain

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