Li Yu Index

Li Yu was an early writer of Song dynasty lyrics, (ci in Chinese), a much more fluid form than those used by the great Tang poets. His works often express strong romantic or nostalgic feelings; they bear the title only of the tune to which they were sung. Here they are identified by their first line in English.
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 Heavenly Woman's Imprisoned in the Palace
Beneath the Moon, Before the Steps
How Can a Man Escape Life's Sorrow and Regret?
How Many Tears
I Climb the Western Tower In Silence
Last Night the Wind and Rain Together Blew
Light Mist Envelopes the Dim Moon
My Idle Dreams Roam Far
Oh When Will Autumn Moon and Spring Flowers End
Outside the Curtains the Rain is Murmuring
The East Wind Blows Over the Water
The Wind Returns; My Little Courtyard is Green and Overgrown

Li Yu on Wikipedia.