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Copy of the Tu Fu poem “Gazing at Taishan” Fan, Zeng, 1938- 1980

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I Poem by Tu Fu. Translation by David Hawkes./    How is one to describe this king of mountains?    Throughout trie whole of Ch'i and Lu. one never loses sight of its greenness.    In it. the Creator has concentrated all that is numinous and beautiful.    Its northern and southern slopes divide the dawn from the dark.    The layered clouds begin at the climber’s heaving chest, and homing birds fly suddenly within range of his straining eyes.    One day. I must stand on top of its highest peak and at a single glance, see all the other mountains grown tiny beneath me. 

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