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An anthology of 320 poems. Discover Chinese poetry in its golden age and some of the greatest Chinese poets. Tr. by Bynner (en).

Tangshi VII. 1. (249)

Jia Dao
A Note Left for an Absent Ecluse

When I questioned your pupil, under a pine-tree,
"My teacher," he answered, " went for herbs,
But toward which corner of the mountain,
How can I tell, through all these clouds ?"

Bynner 249

Ce poème a fait l'objet d'une discussion sur le forum fr.lettres.langue.chinoise, avec une proposition de traduction :
— Sous la pinède, interroger le disciple.
— De répondre: Le maître cueille des simples,
— parcourant seul le coeur de cette montagne.
— Un nuage sombre isole du monde.
gbog – 2002/12/02
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