Bai Juyi Index

Bai Juyi (also known as Bo Juyi and Po Chuyi) wrote in the Mid-Tang period. He was one of the most prolific of all Chinese poets, but is best known for his short occasional verses written in simple language.
Each poem indexed below appears in characters, pinyin, and literal and literary English translation; alternatively, the English translations are collected on one page here.

A Visit to Qiantang Lake
Feelings on Watching the Moon
Invitation to Mr Liu
Night Snow
Peach Blossom at Dalin Temple
Reading Laozi
Regret for Peony Flowers
Rembering South of the River
Returning Late on the Road from Pingquan on a Winter's Day
Sleeping on a Night of Autumn Rain
Song of Sunset on the River
Song of the Palace
Spring Sleep
On the Lake (1)
On the Lake (2)
The Bloom is not a Bloom

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