3 Tang poems that have been passed down through the ages, the literary talent is very beautiful, and people fall into the trap at a glance

Poetry is a treasure of traditional culture and is loved by many friends. Especially those classic poems, which have a timeless charm and have been passed down for thousands of years, making people talk about them with relish.

I am Xiaomei, a poetry culture lover. Remember to pay attention to me, and enjoy 3 Tang poems that have been passed down through the ages with me. If you like these poems, you can memorize them.

Song 1, “Through the Palace in March”

Qu Shuihong Embrace the imperial wall, and the wind is petite and Ye Xue’e makes up.

The drape has been young and old for several times, and it can be locked for thousands of years.

The author of this poem is Li He, a poet of the Tang Dynasty. Everyone is familiar with Li He, a poet who died young. His poems often contain a sense of life experience, although the language is gorgeous, but the content is quite sad.

In March, when Li He passed the palace, he felt the tragic fate of the maid, so he wrote this poem. The first two sentences describe the scenery outside the palace, with bright colors and moving scenery. The water plants outside the palace wall are graceful and graceful, and even the soft leaves are like newly-dressed girls, colorful and full of life.

Obviously, the beautiful scenery of the first two sentences is to pave the way for the latter two sentences, to make a sharp contrast. Ye Zi is like a young girl, but the real girl has spent her youth in the palace, leaving only regrets and loneliness. It’s just separated by a wall, but it seems like a world apart, all those beautiful things are imprisoned in the palace.

Of course, if we contact Li He’s life, we can probably make some associations. At that time, when Li Hexiadi returned home, it was the time when he was underappreciated. He lamented the palace maid, and at the same time lamented his own destiny.

There are so many maids in the palace that there is no chance of being discovered. In the capital, there are more talents, and a large number of people are like palace maids, wasting a good time and full of ambition in vain. Time is empty and youth is wasted, which is probably what Li He and the maids have in common, so this poem is indifferent and long, which can give people a strong appeal.

The second song, “I’m glad to see my brother-in-law Lu Lun at the place”

In a quiet night, I have no neighbors, and I live in a poor old job.

Yellow-leaf trees in the rain, white-headed people under the lights.

I have been alone for a long time, and I am ashamed to see you frequently.

I have my own share in my life, especially the Cai family.

The author of this poem is the Tang Dynasty poet Sikongshu. Sikong Shu and his cousin Lu Lun are among the top ten talents in the Dali calendar. This poem is about Lu Lun’s stay at Sikongshu’s house. Although Sikongshu is full of talents, because of his upright personality and not smooth enough, he is not very proud of his career, and his life is a bit bumpy.

Let’s see the first two lines of the poem “No neighbors in a quiet night, living in a wasteland and living in poverty”, and said no Neighbors, indicating that the place where you live is relatively remote, indicating that the place where you live is not prosperous. And the word “poor” is straight to the point, pointing out that Sikong Shu’s family is as poor as a play.

Because Sikongshu usually lives alone and lonely, he has his cousin Lu Lun as his company, so the “feeling of joy” is self-evident. But the joy of the poet is not simply joy, but also mixed with sadness.

Let’s see “Yellow-leaf tree in the rain, white-headed man under the lamp”, these two sentences can be called the eternal song, It has been praised by people for thousands of years. Where is the good? One is that the colors are distinct, yellow and white directly give people a sense of picture, needless to say, that sentimental atmosphere comes. Then there is the strong contrast. The yellow-leaf tree in the rain is used to compare the white-headed man under the lamp. They are all things that have encountered ups and downs, and they are all full of sadness, forming a kind of contradiction and harmonious empathy. These two poems can be regarded as both the foreground and the heart. They are exquisite and admirable.

The emotion in the first four lines is a little sad, while the last four lines are filled with joy, which is exactly the word “happy to see” in the title of the poem. Lu Lun came to offer condolences many times, which made Sikongshu feel a lot better: “We are close to each other, and we were born with fate, not to mention that the two are cousins, which is really a joy.”

So this poem combines joy and sadness ingeniously, the text is like a line drawing, but it writes a real life and the poet’s true feelings , still moving after thousands of years.

The 3rd song, “Mengze”

Mengze is a sad wind and white grass, and the king of Chu is buried in a city full of charming.

I don’t know how much I can sing and dance.

The author of this poem is Li Shangyin, a poet of the Tang Dynasty. Mengze, also known as Yunmengze, is between Hubei and Hunan. At that time, Li Shangyin passed through Mengze, and when he saw the scenery in front of him, he couldn’t help but think of his historical feelings, so he wrote this poem.

The first two sentences say this The piece of wilderness is where the king of Chu buried his maids. And these white grasses are like funeral flags, which makes people feel very desolate. The last two sentences are from the maids, reminding me of “The king of Chu is so slender, and many starve to death in the palace.”

In order to cater to the King of Chu, those palace maids reduced food to lose weight. Li Shangyin in Tang Dynasty no longer knew how many palace maids with slender waists were able to sing and dance, but Li Shangyin knew this. The end of the palace maid, isn’t the barren land in front of me the place where the maid’s bones are buried?

This poem actually satirizes the past, satirizing the king’s ignorance, and satirizing those who are flattering And in the irony, there is sympathy, and the aftertaste is long and memorable.

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