Li Bai is not only good at writing poems, but also has an amazing alcohol capacity, and he is also a martial arts master.

Li Bai fights a hundred poems about wine, and he sleeps at a restaurant in Chang’an City.

In the poem “Eight Immortals in Drinking”, Du Fu wrote eight famous poets in the prosperous Tang Dynasty, and described the images of these people vividly. The above two poems describe Li Bai ; Then from these two poems, we immediately know that Li Bai’s poems are well written, and the amount of alcohol is also amazing. There are hundreds of poems about fighting wine. The weight of a bucket is ten liters, which is about 1.5 kilograms. A bottle of liquor is a little more than a pound, but Li Bai can drink 3 pounds of wine at one time, which is really a huge amount.

Li Bai, the character Taibai, was the most creative poet in the prosperous Tang Dynasty. Poetry Immortal”, his poems are well-known, and there are countless classic famous lines, which can be said to have reached the point where women and children are well-known, such as “Silent Night Thoughts”, “Looking at Lushan Waterfall”, “Gift to Wang Lun”, etc., which are all household names.

Li Bai is undoubtedly the brightest star among the poets of the Tang Dynasty, and he became famous as a teenager. , drinking wine and writing poems along the way, and then arrived at Chang’an. However, he was not reused in Chang’an. Tang Xuanzong gave him a task, that is, to write poems every day to please Yang Guifei, which made Li Bai very angry, and finally wrote a poem full of irony.

A sprig of red and bright dew condenses the fragrance, and the cloud and rain Wushan is heartbroken. If I ask Han Palace who has it, poor Feiyan leans on new makeup.

After Li Bai wrote this satirical “Qingping Diao. Second”, Gao Lishi, who was beside Tang Xuanzong, seized the handle and started Li Bai’s report in front of Tang Xuanzong. In the end, Li Bai had to leave Chang’an , It seems that he can’t stay any longer, so he has no choice but to go to the outside world to wander.

One of the most striking features of Li Bai’s poems is that there is wine everywhere, and the poems exude The strong taste of wine shows that he has an amazing amount of alcohol. Every time he got drunk, he was able to write amazing poems. Wine also gave his poems a soul, and also showed the unique personality of Shixian.

It is fun to cook sheep and slaughter cattle, and the meeting will have to drink three hundred cups. A pot of wine between the flowers, drinking alone without a blind date.

These poems about wine make us feel more cordial, seeing a lovely Li Bai makes us happy every time To drink, even more when life is lost. It was after drinking glass after glass of wine that he wrote the masterpieces that shocked the Tang poetry world through the ages, and also let us read those charming poems. This is also one of Li Bai’s most remarkable places. After drinking a glass of wine, it is a poem. It’s just that his genius, who has never met in a thousand years, has that kind of energy.

Besides Li Bai’s ability to write poems and an amazing amount of alcohol, his swordsmanship is also very good, ranking second in the Tang Dynasty, so he still has the spirit of a knight, and there are also many poems about knights, among which The most classic is “The Xia Ke Xing”. This poem is exuberant, interesting and domineering at the same time. Every sentence is full of murderousness, and it makes one’s blood boil when reading it.

Ten steps to kill a person, a thousand miles without leaving.

The two poems in “The Journey of the Knight” are deeply rooted in the hearts of the people. I believe that no one does not know these two poems. They are written with great momentum. Courage is on full display. Then I personally like this poem very much. When I read it for the first time, I was attracted by the beautiful verses in it, so that I could never forget it. It’s not that I want to be a knight, it’s just that these verses are so exciting that they are naturally unforgettable after reading them.

Li Bai’s skill in swordsmanship makes him have the spirit of a knight. Wandering in the outside world, with a jug hanging by his side and a sword at his waist, riding a tall horse, walking on a country road, stopping when tired, sitting on the lawn by the roadside, drinking a pot wine, and then write a poem or two. This is the most enviable life, but in this world, only people like Li Bai can achieve it.