Chinese poem illustration: 摸鱼儿.雁丘词/ Moyuer .Song for Goose tomb by Yuan Haowen
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Inspired by his real experience on the midway to Imperial Exam at the age of 16, Yuan Haowen wrote this masterpiece per the love story of 2 wild geese.
The poem raised the ultimate question for mankind: What is love, if love is worthy of one’s life. What is more, the poet treated the goose couple with the ritual as to a human couple: he buried the geese couple by a tomb, commemorated the geese with this poem and his pal’s.
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