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At the Garden Gate
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At the Garden Gate
                      --Ye Shaoweng (Song)
My nailed clogs miserably impair the mosses green,
When I tap long on the wattled gate which opens not.
But the spring tide cannot be shut within the garden,
Over the wall peeps out a crimson spray of apricot.
 
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Song of the Wanderer
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Song of the Wanderer
Meng Jiao (Tang)
The thread moves in the hand of the mother kind,
To weave a garment for the wanderer to wear.
As the mother plies the needle with much care,
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Chance
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Chance
                    by Xu Zhimo
I am a cloud in the sky,
A chance shadow on the wave of your heart.
Don't be surprised,
Or too elated;
In an instant I shall vanish without trace.
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A Blossom Tree
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----A Sad Poem on Persistent Love

It was twelve years ago that I first listened to the poem. At that time I was a young girl at college. I have some close friends of my hometown. We get known each other at the age 14 when we in middle school. We kept a practice to gather roughly twice each year to have some fun before we got married and settled down. I remembered that it was the second
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