Wei YingWu

Wei Yingwu (737-792), a poet in the Tang Dynasty of China. Han nationality, from Chang’an (now Xi’an, Shaanxi). There are 10 volumes of “Wei Jiangzhou Collection”, two volumes of “Wei Suzhou Poetry Collection”, and 10 volumes of “Wei Suzhou Collection”. Only one essay survives. Because he served as the governor of Suzhou, he is known as “Wei Suzhou” in the world. The poetic style is calm and lofty, and he is famous for describing scenery and reclusive life.


Life of Wei YingWu

Moonlit Night
To Li Bai
A view of Tai Shan
March of the Troops and Chariots
Encounter of Lee in Jiangnan
Spring Longing
Melancholy Flute's Echo
Joyous Drizzle on a Spring Night
Serene Harmony
A Dawn Departure in the City of Bai Di
A Farewell to Meng in the Yellow Crane Tower
The Daunting Route of Shu
Farewell to a friend
Lu Mountain's Silver Ribboned Fall
Drinking Alone Under the Moon
Quiet Night Thoughts
East of Town
Etched in Jinling
The Cicada
A Trying Journey I of III
Summit Soaring, Distant Vistas Adoring
Drink Up