Into the night the sounds of luting flow
Language: English after the Chinese (中文)
Into the night the sounds of luting flow;
The west wind stirs amid the root-crop blue;
While envious fireflies spoil the twinkling dew,
And early wild-geese stem the dark Kin-ho.
Now great trees tell their secrets to the sky,
And hill on hill looms in the moon-clear night.
I watch one leaf upon the river light,
And in a dream go drifting down the Hwai.
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Submitted by Emily Ezust [Administrator]
- a text in Chinese (中文) by Bai Juyi (772 - 846) [text unavailable]
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