Wei Zhuang

Wei Zhuang (approximately 836-910), courtesy name Duanji, was born in Duling (near Xi’an City, Shaanxi Province, China), the fourth grandson of the poet Wei Yingwu, a poet of the Huajian School in the Tang Dynasty, with a clear and beautiful style of Ci. “spread. He used to be the former prime minister of Shu, posthumously named Wenjing.


Life of Wei Zhuang

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