Meng Haoran Index

Meng Haoran, like many Tang poets, failed in his political ambitions. His poems are mostly descriptions of his subsequent life of leisure, or social poems written to friends.
Each poem indexed below appears in characters, pinyin, and literal and literary English translation; alternatively, the English translations are collected on one page here.
Parting From Wang Wei
Seeing Off Du Shisi South of the River
Spending the Night on Jiande River
Spring Dawn
Thinking of Xin in South Pavilion on a Summer's Day
Thoughts in Early Winter
To Buddhist Priest Yuan From Chang'an
To My Old Friend in Yangzhou From a Boat Moored at Night on the Tonglu River
To Zhang, Climbing Orchid Mountain on an Autumn Day
Visiting An Old Friend On His Farm
Waiting for Ding

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