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In Depth of Winter

In these, our bitter days of winter,
As bare trees stand, their feet cold in the snow,
Above our heads icy north winds blow,
And from our eaves hang frozen crystal splinters, 65 more words

Observations From The Soft Chair

Book Review-The Selected Poems of Po Chu-I Translated By David Hinton

Po Chu-I (772-846 C. E.) was a Chinese Ch’an (Zen) poet who lived during the Tang Dynasty. He grew up in poverty as a child and went on to serve in government. 246 more words