Waiting for Dai Tianshan
Dog bark water sound in
Peach blossom bring rain thick
Tree deep occasionally see deer
Stream noon not hear bell
Wild bamboo divide green mist
Fly spring hang green peak
Lack person know place go
Sad lean two three pines
A dog's bark amid the water's sound,
Rain thickens the peach blossom
Deep in the trees, I sometimes see a deer,
And at the stream I hear no noonday bell.
Wild bamboo divides the green mist,
A flying spring hangs from the green peak.
No man knows the place to which he's gone,
Sadly, I lean on two or three pines.
I so love these poems.