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"She continued writing all her life ...

persevering through war, exile, imprisonment
and the loss of her fortune.” So writes
the translator Wendy Chen of Li Qingzhao
known for her ci––her poems set to music. 93 more words


鹿柴 (王维) - Deer Park (Wang Wei)

鹿柴 (王维)





Deer Park (Wang Wei) 347 more words

Chinese Poetry

Exile In Paradise FREE SHIPPING

Praise for Exile In Paradise

“Nolan has given Solitude, itself, a voice in this rich lyric of nature.  A luminosity of flickering bursts pause and magnify now moments of being alive.  398 more words

Independent Publishers

The roses of time

When the gate guard sinks into sleep
You turn back together with the storm
That which ages in the embrace is 107 more words

Exile In Paradise now available for preorder

Exile In Paradise
by Pat Nolan

will be available early November, 2017
Order before October 31st, 2017 and get free shipping
(see How To Order for details) 328 more words

Independent Publishers

Train photo fanatic ties up multiple lines

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