Pond in a Bowl


Alight, my pond mirrors sky, azure into azure.
I just pour in a few jars of water, fill it brimful,

then wait. Evening deepens and the moon sets,
and look, swimming down there: all those stars!

— Han Yu, for more see Classical Chinese Poetry

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