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Reply To Comrade Kuo Mo-Jo by Mao Zedong

Reply To Comrade Kuo Mo-Jo by Mao Zedong

On this tiny globe A few flies dash themselves against the wall, Humming without cease, Sometimes shrilling, Sometimes moaning. Ants on the locust tree assume a great-nation ...

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Farewell To The God Of Plague by Mao Zedong

Farewell To The God Of Plague by Mao Zedong

So many green streams and blue hills, but to what avail ? This tiny creature left even Hua To powerless! Hundreds of villages choked with weeds, men wasted away; Thousands of ...

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Snow by Mao Zedong

Snow by Mao Zedong

North country scene: A hundred leagues locked in ice, A thousand leagues of whirling snow. Both sides of the Great Wall One single white immensity. The Yellow River's swift ...

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Changsha by Mao Zedong

Changsha by Mao Zedong

Alone I stand in the autumn cold On the tip of Orange Island, The Hsiang flowing northward; I see a thousand hills crimsoned through By their serried woods deep-dyed, And a ...

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Kunlun by Mao Zedong

Kunlun by Mao Zedong

Far above the earth, into the blue, You, wild Kunlun, have seen All that was fairest in the world of men. Your three million white jade dragons in flightFreeze the sky with ...

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Against The First Encirclement Campaign by Mao Zedong

Against The First Encirclement Campaign by Mao Zedong

Forests blaze red beneath the frosty sky, The wrath of Heaven's armies soars to the clouds. Mist veils Lungkang, its thousand peaks blurred. All cry out in unison: Our van has ...

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Militia Women Inscription On A Photograph by Mao Zedong

Militia Women Inscription On A Photograph by Mao Zedong

How bright and brave they look, shouldering five-foot rifles On the parade ground lit up by the first gleams of day. China's daughters have high-aspiring minds, They love their ...

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Reply To Comrade Kuo Mo-Jo by Mao Zedong

Reply To Comrade Kuo Mo-Jo by Mao Zedong

A thunderstorm burst over the earth, So a devil rose from a heap of white bones. The deluded monk was not beyond the light, But the malignant demon must wreak havoc. The Golden ...

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Reply To A Friend by Mao Zedong

Reply To A Friend by Mao Zedong

White clouds are sailing above Mount Chiuyi; Riding the wind, the Princesses descend the green hills. Once they speckled the bamboos with their profuse tears, Now they are robed ...

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Chingkangshan by Mao Zedong

Chingkangshan by Mao Zedong

Below the hills fly our flags and banners, Above the hilltops sound our bugles and drums. The foe encircles us thousands strong, Steadfastly we stand our ground. Already our ...

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Loushan Pass by Mao Zedong

Loushan Pass by Mao Zedong

Fierce the west wind, Wild geese cry under the frosty morning moon. Under the frosty morning moon Horses' hooves clattering, Bugles sobbing low. Idle boast the strong pass is a ...

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Peitaiho by Mao Zedong

Peitaiho by Mao Zedong

A rainstorm sweeps down on this northern land, White breakers leap to the sky. No fishing boats off Chinwangtao Are seen on the boundless ocean. Where are they gone? Nearly two ...

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Ode To The Plum Blossom by Mao Zedong

Ode To The Plum Blossom by Mao Zedong

Wind and rain escorted Spring's departure, Flying snow welcomes Spring's return. On the ice-clad rock rising high and sheer A flower blooms sweet and fair. Sweet and fair, she ...

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Reascending Chingkangshan by Mao Zedong

Reascending Chingkangshan by Mao Zedong

I have long aspired to reach for the clouds And I again ascend Chingkangshan. Coming from afar to view our old haunt, I find new scenes replacing the old. Everywhere orioles sing, ...

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New Year’s Day by Mao Zedong

New Year’s Day by Mao Zedong

Ninghua, Chingliu, KueihuaWhat narrow paths, deep woods and slippery moss! Whither are we bound today? Straight to the foot of Wuyi Mountain. To the mountain, the foot of the ...

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Tapoti by Mao Zedong

Tapoti by Mao Zedong

Red, orange, yellow, green,blue, violet, indigo:Who is dancing with theserainbow colours in the sky?Air after rain, slanting sun: mountains and passes turning blue in each ...

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Swimming by Mao Zedong

Swimming by Mao Zedong

I have just drunk the waters of Changsha And come to eat the fish of Wuchang. Now I am swimming across the great Yangtze, Looking afar to the open sky of Chu. Let the wind blow ...

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Reply To Li Shu-Yi by Mao Zedong

Reply To Li Shu-Yi by Mao Zedong

I lost my proud Poplar and you your Willow, Poplar and Willow soar to the Ninth Heaven. Wu Kang, asked what he can give, Serves them a laurel brew. The lonely moon goddess spreads ...

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Shaoshan Revisited by Mao Zedong

Shaoshan Revisited by Mao Zedong

Like a dim dream recalled, I curse the long-fled past My native soil two and thirty years gone by. The red flag roused the serf, halberd in hand, While the despot's black talons ...

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Ascent Of Lushan by Mao Zedong

Ascent Of Lushan by Mao Zedong

Perching as after flight, the mountain towers over the Yangtze; I have overleapt four hundred twists to its green crest. Cold-eyed I survey the world beyond the seas; A hot wind ...

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The Double Ninth by Mao Zedong

The Double Ninth by Mao Zedong

Man ages all too easily, not Nature: Year by year the Double Ninth returns. On this Double Ninth, The yellow blooms on the battlefield smell sweeter.Each year the autumn wind ...

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Huichang by Mao Zedong

Huichang by Mao Zedong

Soon dawn will break in the east. Do not say 'You start too early'; Crossing these blue hills adds nothing to one's years, The landscape here is beyond compare. Straight from the ...

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Reply To Mr. Liu Ya-Tzu by Mao Zedong

Reply To Mr. Liu Ya-Tzu by Mao Zedong

I still remember our drinking tea in Kwangchow And your asking for verses in Chungking as the leaves yellowed. Back in the old capital after thirty-one years, At the season of ...

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Two Birds : A Dialogue by Mao Zedong

Two Birds : A Dialogue by Mao Zedong

The roc wings fanwise, Soaring ninety thousand li And rousing a raging cyclone. The blue sky on his back, he looks down To survey Man's world with its towns and cities. Gunfire ...

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Winter Clouds by Mao Zedong

Winter Clouds by Mao Zedong

Winter clouds snow-laden, cotton fluff flying, None or few the unfallen flowers. Chill waves sweep through steep skies, Yet earth's gentle breath grows warm. Only heroes can quell ...

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The Long March by Mao Zedong

The Long March by Mao Zedong

The Red Army fears not the trials of the March, Holding light ten thousand crags and torrents. The Five Ridges wind like gentle ripples And the majestic Wumeng roll by, globules ...

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Mount Liupan by Mao Zedong

Mount Liupan by Mao Zedong

The sky is high, the clouds are pale, We watch the wild geese vanish southward. If we fail to reach the Great Wall we are not men We who have already measured twenty thousand li ...

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March From Tingchow To Changsha by Mao Zedong

March From Tingchow To Changsha by Mao Zedong

In June Heaven's armies chastise the corrupt and evil, Seeking to bind roc and whale with a league-long cord. Red glows the far side of the Kan, Thanks to our wing under Huang ...

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The Fairy Cave Inscription On A Picture Taken By Comrade Li Chin by Mao Zedong

The Fairy Cave Inscription On A Picture Taken By Comrade Li Chin by Mao Zedong

Amid the growing shades of dusk stand sturdy pines, Riotous clouds sweep past, swift and tranquil. Nature has excelled herself in the Fairy Cave, On perilous peaks dwells beauty ...

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Three Short Poems by Mao Zedong

Three Short Poems by Mao Zedong

Mountains! I whip my swift horse, glued to my saddle. I turn my head startled, The sky is three foot three above me!Mountains! Like great waves surging in a crashing sea, Like a ...

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Yellow Crane Tower by Mao Zedong

Yellow Crane Tower by Mao Zedong

Wide, wide flow the nine streams through the land, Dark, dark threads the line from south to north. Blurred in the thick haze of the misty rain Tortoise and Snake hold the great ...

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The Warlords Clash by Mao Zedong

The Warlords Clash by Mao Zedong

Sudden veer of wind and rain Showering misery through the land, The warlords are clashing anewYet another Golden Millet Dream. Red banners leap over the Ting River Straight to ...

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The People’s Liberation Army Captures Nanking by Mao Zedong

The People’s Liberation Army Captures Nanking by Mao Zedong

Over Chungshan swept a storm, headlong, Our mighty army, a million strong, has crossed the Great River. The City, a tiger crouching, a dragon curling, outshines its ancient ...

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