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春晓 (Chūn xiăo) A Spring Morning

Mar. 16, 2015

A spring morning春晓(chūnxiăo)

春 晓(Chūn xiăo)A Spring Morning
作 者:孟浩然 Meng Haoran(Zuò zhĕ: Mèng Hàorán

Chūn mián bù jué xiăo,
春       眠    不  觉   晓,
I awake light-hearted this morning of spring,

Chù chù wén tí niăo.
处     处   闻  啼  鸟。
Everywhere round me the singing of birds.

Yè lái fēng yŭ shēng,
夜  来  风   雨    声,
But now I remember the night, the storm,

Huā luò zhī duō shăo.
花     落  知   多   少。
And I wonder how many blossoms were broken.


生词(shēngcí) Vocabulary:

1. 眠(mián): n. sleeping

2. 春晓(chūnxiăo): n. the morning in spring; “晓” means dawn.

3. 不觉(bùjué): v. not aware of…

4. 闻啼鸟(wén tí niăo): v. hearing the voice of the birds; “闻” means hearing.


Author Brief

Meng Haoran (689~740), a famous poet in the climax of Tang Dynasty, was good at writing pastoral poems.

Learn another famous poet in Chinese history.

You might want to know other Chinese poems, read them:

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