Sunday, November 16, 2014

Climbing Stork Tower by Wang Zhihuan



(dēng) (guàn) (què) (lóu)
 (zuò)(zhě):(wáng)(zhī)(huàn) 


(bái) () () (shān) (jìn)
(huáng) () () (hǎi) (liú)
() (qióng) (qiān) () ()
(gèng) (shàng) () (céng) (lóu)

(shī) (de) (jiě) ()
Explanation of the poem

()(yáng) (shùn)(zhe) (shān) (biān) (màn)(màn)(de) (xià) (chén)(zhú)(jiàn)(de) (xiāo)(shī)(le)
Slowly the sun sits down alongside the mountain, and then it disappears.
(gǔn)(gǔn)(de) (huáng)() (shuǐ) (xiàng) ()(hǎi) (liú)()
Roaring and trundling, the Yellow River flows towards the ocean.

()(guǒ) (xiǎng) (kàn) (de) (gèng) (yuǎn) () (xiē)
If you want to see farther,
(jiù) ()(yào) (dēng)(shàng) (gèng)(gāo)(de) (lóu) (céng)
you need to climb up higher level.

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