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“From office confinement all year long,…”

With a biretta tip to the Laudator:
Wei Yingwu (737–792), East of the Town, tr. Witter Bynner:
From office confinement all year long,
I have come out of town to be free this morning
Where willows harmonize the wind
And green hills lighten the cares … Continue reading

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“Where willows harmonize the wind”

A biretta tip o{]:¬)   to the Laudator with my additions:
 韋 應 物  Wei Ying-wu (c. 737–791), East of the Town (tr. Witter Bynner, ellipses in original):
From office confinement all year long,I have come out of … Continue reading

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