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By Wang Zhihuan (688 - 742AD)， translation by Sun Dayu, 1981.
The Yellow River glares heavenwards to the white clouds,
And a lorn pile lies by a mount a hundred furlongs high.
Why use the Qiang flute plain in a song of Plucking Willows?
Spring breezes would not have wafted out of the Jade Gate Pass.
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