Monday, June 3, 2013
Tsu Shi (1037-1101)
by: Tsu Shi
translated by Herbert A. Giles
Thickly o'er the jasper terrace flower shadows play;
In vain I call my garden boy to sweep them all away.
They vanish when the sun sets in the west, but very soon
They spring to giddy life again beneath the rising moon.