唐诗三百首 卷五 Three Hundred Tang Poems, Volume 5 cover

唐诗三百首 卷五 Three Hundred Tang Poems, Volume 5

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1. 224 Deer-park Hermitage
2. 225 In a Retreat Among Bamboos
3. 226 A Parting
4. 227 One-hearted
5. 228 Lines
6. 229 A Farewell to Cui
7. 230 On Seeing the Snow-peak of Zhongnan
8. 231 A Night-mooring on the Jiande River
9. 232 A Spring Morning
10. 233 In the Quiet Night
11. 234 A Bitter Love
12. 235 The Eight-sides Fortress
13. 236 At Heron Lodge
14. 237 On Parting with the Buddhist Pilgrim Ling Che
15. 238 On Hearing a Lute-player
16. 239 Farewell to a Buddhist Monk
17. 240 An Autumn Night Message to Qiu
18. 241 On Hearing Her Play the Harp
19. 242 A Bride
20. 243 The Jade Dressing-table
21. 244 River-snow
22. 245 The Summer Palace
23. 246 A Suggestion to my Friend Liu
24. 247 She Sings an Old Song
25. 248 The Leyou Tombs
26. 249 A Note Left for an Absent Ecluse
27. 250 Crossing the Han River
28. 251 A Spring Sigh
29. 252 General Ge Shu
30. 253 A Song of Changgan I
31. 254 A Song of Changgan II
32. 255 A Sigh from a Staircase of Jade
33. 256 Border Songs I
34. 257 Border Songs II
35. 258 Border Songs III
36. 259 Border Songs IV
37. 260 A Song of the Southern River
38. 261 Coming Home
39. 262 Peach-blossom River
40. 263 On the Mountain Holiday Thinking of my Brothers in Shandong
41. 264 At Hibiscus Inn Parting with Xin Jian
42. 265 In Her Quiet Window
43. 266 A Song of the Spring Palace
44. 267 A Song of Liangzhou
45. 268 A Farewell to Meng Haoran on his Way to Yangzhou
46. 269 Through the Yangzi Gorges
47. 270 On Meeting a Messenger to the Capital
48. 271 On Meeting Li Guinian Down the River
49. 272 At Chuzhou on the Western Stream
50. 273 A Night-mooring Near Maple Bridge
51. 274 After the Day of no Fire
52. 275 A Moonlight Night
53. 276 Spring Heart-break
54. 277 A Trooper's Burden
55. 278 A Palace Poem
56. 279 On Hearing a Flute at Night from the Wall of Shouxiang
57. 280 Blacktail Row
58. 281 A Spring Song
59. 282 A Song of the Palace
60. 283 Of One in the Forbidden City
61. 284 On the Terrace of Assembled Angels I
62. 285 On the Terrace of Assembled Angels II
63. 286 At Nanjing Ferry
64. 287 A Song of the Palace
65. 288 On the Eve of Government Examinations to Secretary Zhang
66. 289 I Climb to the Leyou Tombs Before Leaving for Wuxing
67. 290 By the Purple Cliff
68. 291 A Mooring on the Qin Huai River
69. 292 A Message to Han Cho the Yangzhou Magistrate
70. 293 A Confession
71. 294 In the Autumn Night
72. 295 Parting I
73. 296 Parting II
74. 297 The Garden of the Golden Valley
75. 298 Note on a Rainy Night to a Friend in the North
76. 299 A Message to Secretary Linghu
77. 300 There Is Only One
78. 301 The Sui Palace
79. 302 The Jade Pool
80. 303 To the Moon Goddess
81. 304 Jiasheng
82. 305 She Sighs on Her Jade Lute
83. 306 On Mawei Slope
84. 307 Cooler Weather
85. 308 A Nanjing Landscape
86. 309 Turkestan
87. 310 A Message
88. 311 The Day of No Fire
89. 312 A Song at Weicheng
90. 313 A Song of an Autumn Night
91. 314 A Sigh in the Court of Perpetual Faith
92. 315 Over the Border
93. 316 Beyond the Border
94. 317 A Song of Pure Happiness I
95. 318 A Song of Pure Happiness II
96. 319 A Song of Pure Happiness III
97. 320 The Gold-threaded Robe

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Summary

Compiled around 1763, ‘Three Hundred Tang Poems’ is the standard collection of the poetic art of the Tang Dynasty (618 to 907). Poems in Volume Five are of the style 五 言 絕 句 'Five-character-quatrain' (poems 224 to 260) and 七 言 絕 句 Seven-character-quatrain (poems 261 to 320). All poems recorded in Mandarin.