The Nap

25 April, 2010 at 09:45 | Posted in Chinese culture | 2 Comments
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A stone for a pillow and all is quiet.
From my fingers the book falls down.
Then a
fisherman‘s flute’s drill is heard from the river.
I notice that when I wake up I smile.

Ts’ai Ch’o
About 1087 AD

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  1. Thanks for sharing this!

    • :-) Yes they are nice, these poems.


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