Wang Han Poems
Wang Han was a Chinese poet of the Tang Dynast
Wang Han ：(687-426)，was a Chinese poet of the Tang Dynast
Starting for the Front-Tang Poems
By Wang Han
The cups of jade would glow with wine of grapes at night,
We set to drink when pipa summons us to fight.
Don’t laugh if we lay drunken on the battle-ground!
How many warriors since old days came back safe and sound?
A Wife Longs for Her Husband-Tang Poems
By Wang Han
Green, green, the grass by the river,
And in thought I follow it far, far away;
So far that I can hardly picture him,
And yet last night I saw him in a dream.
In a dream he was by my side,
But I woke and he was in a distant land,
A distant land, strange parts;
Tossing and turning I longed for him in vain.
Even a withered mulberry feels the wind,
Even the ocean water feels the cold.
Men come home to fondle their dear ones,
Who would carry word to me?—wang han poems
But a stranger from far away
Brings me two fine carp,
I call the boy to cook them
And find in them a message on white silk.
I kneel to real —
What does his letter say?
“Take good care of your health,” he starts,
And ends, “You are every moment in my thoughts.”