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  *诗* | 诗* | *诗
abbr. for Shijing 詩經|诗经, the Book of Songs
  *诗* | 诗* | *诗
poem / CL: / poetry / verse
bard / poet
verse / CL:
poem / CL: , ,
an epic / poetic saga
old verse / Classical Chinese poem
Tang poetry / a Tang poem
poetry / poetic quality or flavor
poetry and literature
Shijing, the Book of Songs, early collection of Chinese poems and one of the Five Classics of Confucianism 五經|五经
poetry anthology
Three Hundred Tang Poems, an anthology collected around 1763 by Sun Zhu 孫誅
the Book of Songs 詩經|诗经 and the Book of History 書經|书经
prose poem
a poem / a composition in verse / fig. epic (compared with historical epic) / the biblical Book of Psalms
poetry and pictorial art / work of art combining pictures and poetry
regular verse / strict poetic form with eight lines of 5, 6 or 7 syllables and even lines rhyming
picturesque charm / idyllic appeal / poetic grace
(of scenery) stunning / spectacular / picturesque
love poem
poetry in the old style
humorous poem / limerick
Collection of Yuefu Songs and Ballads, compiled in the 11th century by Guo Maoqian 郭茂倩
Hennessy (cognac)
"immortal of poetry", epithet of Li Bai 李白
to recite poetry
to versify / to compose poetry
rhyming verse
the Book of Songs 書經|书经 and Classic of Rites 禮記|礼记 / a cultured well-read person
"sage of poetry", epithet of Du Fu 杜甫
the four masters of Yuan poetry, namely 虞集, 範梈|范梈, 楊載|杨载 and 揭傒斯
poetry circles / poetry world
erotic verse
long poem
poetic form or genre
lyric poetry
a poem goes:
verse manuscript
Misty Poetry, a post-Cultural Revolution poetry movement
shanshui poetry, genre of Classical Chinese poetry
verse form consisting of 8 lines of 7 syllables, with rhyme on alternate lines / abbr. to 七律
British Columbia, province of Canada (loanword from "BC")
Costa Cruises (brand)
narrative poem
troubadour / bard
old verse / poetry in the old style
meters and forms of versification / prosody
free verse in the vernacular
first soliloquy text (introducing opera character)
verse criticizing officials / satirical verse
a lament (poem)
to continue to discuss a poem over a long period
highly literate / lit. capable at poetry, proficient at prose

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