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The Hard Road (1) (行路难) - By Li Bai
12-02-2011, 07:02 PM
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The Hard Road (1) (行路难) - By Li Bai
Pure wine costs, for the golden cup, ten thousand coppers a flagon,
And a jade plate of dainty food calls for a million coins.
I fling aside my food-sticks and cup, I cannot eat nor drink....
I pull out my dagger, I peer four ways in vain.
I would cross the Yellow River, but ice chokes the ferry;
I would climb the Taihang Mountains, but the sky is blind with snow....
I would sit and poise a fishing-pole, lazy by a brook –
But I suddenly dream of riding a boat, sailing for the sun....
Journeying is hard,
Journeying is hard.
There are many turnings –
Which am I to follow?....
I will mount a long wind some day and break the heavy waves
And set my cloudy sail straight and bridge the deep, deep sea.


行路难

作者: 李白
 
金樽清酒斗十千,玉盘珍馐直万钱。
停杯投箸不能食,拔剑四顾心茫然。
欲渡黄河冰塞川,将登太行雪暗天。
闲来垂钓坐溪上,忽复乘舟梦日边。
行路难,行路难,多歧路,今安在。
长风破浪会有时,直挂云帆济沧海。

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08-29-2012, 03:58 PM
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RE: The Hard Road (1) (行路难) - By Li Bai
An initial overseas assignment for three years became extended to almost four decades due to the circumstances and exciting opportunities that came about.
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