Chinese poem illustration: 唐风 蟋蟀/ Tang Wind – Cricket by Anonymous
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Before illustration to this poem which started at 9:18, a brief to the Tang state is given, a land of splendor, a land full of stories, a land where started the Chinese civilization.
This poem is used to be considered as a blaming poem to the state lord, while it also could be a kind advice from a senior officer, or a yearly review from a diligent governor. The poet paralleled himself as the cricket in deep autum, he wish his cricket-like loud and happy voice could be heard.
The first sentence might be with quattro refering, a cricket/poet in meeting hall, a cricket/poet in Tang state by loanword of Tang(唐). The character 瞿 and 休 are analysed.
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