Ancient Chinese Poems about Spring

Mar 19, 2024 | By ZHAO Weiwei; Image by ZHAO Yi

Before the flowers fully bloom, Let's explore a compilation of ancient Chinese poems that capture the rejuvenation of life in spring, setting the stage for a memorable season ahead.

Written in a Village South of the Capital
- by Cui Hu (772 - 846) of Tang Dynasty

In this house on this day last year, a pink face vied
In beauty with the pink peach blossoms side by side.
I do not know today where the pink face has gone;
In the vernal breeze still smile pink peach blossoms full-blown.



tí dū chéng nán zhuāng
táng · cuī hù

qù nián jīn rì cǐ mén zhōng
rén miàn táo huā xiāng yìng hóng
rén miàn bù zhī hé chù qù
táo huā yī jiù xiào chūn fēng




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