On the Silk Road in ancient poetry
I believe you have known about the silk road when you read. How much do you know about the Silk Road in ancient poetry? The following is the Silk Road in ancient poetry for your reference.
Li Bai, a great poet of the Tang Dynasty, wrote a poem about the bad weather on the Silk Road: "in May, there is snow in the Tianshan Mountains. There is no flower but cold."
Out of the way
From the Yellow River to the white clouds,
A lonely city and mountains.
Why blame the willows for the Qiang flute,
The spring breeze does not pass through Yumen pass.
(1) ten thousand Ren: one is eight feet, ten thousand is to describe the mountain is very high. ˘Ú Qiang flute: a wind instrument made by Qiang people in the Western Dynasty, with two holes. ˘Ű Willow: refers to the "broken willow melody", is a kind of sad melody.
(4) Yumen pass: the name of the pass is located in the southwest of Dunhuang County, Gansu Province. It is the main road connecting the western regions in ancient times.
Comments and analysis:
This poem aims to write about the danger and seclusion of Liangzhou and the difficulty of guarding the border. The first sentence of the poem describes the surging Yellow River, which originates from the clouds, highlights its long history and shows the vast and magnificent scenery of the border area. The second sentence describes the fortress of Liangzhou City, which is located in a dangerous place with a lonely and dangerous boundaryˇ° "Yipian" is a commonly used word in Tang poetry. It is usually used in conjunction with "Gu" (for example, "a piece of solitary cloud", "a piece of solitary sail", etc.), which means "one block".
Write what you hear. The Qiang flute plays the tune of "folding willows", arousing the sorrow of husband's departure. In the Tang Dynasty, there was a custom of parting willows, which made them sad when they saw willows, and even complained after listening to the song "folding willows". The spring breeze outside the pass is not enough, and the willows are not green, so they can't express their feelings. Listening to the music, they are full of resentment: "it's cold and cold", "there's no time to fight", "there's no hope of returning home". However, "resentment" or "sorrow" are all in vain, so "no need to complain". This kind of broad explanation is really euphemistic, deep and implicit, which is worthy of being the masterpiece of frontier poetry.
White snow song sends judge Wu back to Beijing
The north wind rolls the ground, the white grass breaks, and the Hutian falls into snow in August.
Suddenly, like a night of spring breeze, thousands of trees pear blossom.
Scattered into the Pearl curtain wet Luo curtain, fox fur is not warm, thin brocade quilt.
The general's horn bow is out of control, and his iron clothes are still cold.
The vast sea is full of ice, and the clouds are gloomy.
The Chinese Army drink wine, Hu Qin, Pipa and Qiang flute.
At dusk, the snow falls on the Yuanmen one after another.
Luntai east gate to see you off, when the snow covered the mountain road.
Mountain circuit can not see you, snow over the horse line.
(1) white grass: the name of grass in the western regions, which turns white in autumn.
Hu Tian: refers to the climate of the western regions.
(3) Yuanmen: in front of the ancient barracks, the shafts of two chariots were handed over to each other, forming a half round gate. Later, they were called Yuanmen.
Comments and analysis:
This is a poem chanting snow scenery on the border and expressing the feeling of farewell. The whole poem chants snow and highlights the cold of Tianshan Mountain. In the beginning, it describes the snow scenery in the wild, and compares the winter scenery in the border area to the spring scenery in the south. Then from the outside of the account to the account, through the feelings of people, write about the cold days. Then they moved out of the tent, sketched the magnificent snow scenery outside the Great Wall, and arranged the specific environment for seeing off. Finally, he wrote to send out the army gate. It was just at dusk when the heavy snow was flying. The mountain was closed by heavy snow, and the mountain circuit turned. There was no trace of it. It implied the meaning of parting. The poem uses four words of "Snow" to write four different pictures of snow before, after and after farewell. The scenery is diverse, colorful and very moving.
A trip to Sichuan to send Feng doctor out of the western expedition
If you don't see me, you can walk on the snow beach, and the plain sand is vast and yellow into the sky.
Luntai September wind night roar, a stream of gravel as big as a bucket, with the wind all over the stone random walk. The Hun grass is yellow, the horse is fat, the dust flies in the west of Jinshan, and the general of the Han family leaves in the West. The general's gold armour does not take off at night, and the battle is stirring in the middle of the night. Horse hair with snow and sweat vapor steam, five flowers even money ˘Ű spin for ice, curtain grass call inkstone water coagulation. After hearing this, Lu Qi was frightened. He expected that the short soldiers would not dare to take over, and the west gate of the army was standing to offer victory. notes:
Jinshan: Altai mountain.
(2) Han family: Here we borrow han to refer to Tang Dynasty.
Lian Qian: the stripes on the horse.
Comments and analysis:
CEN Shen's frontier fortress poetry is strange, fresh and meaningful, or magnificent. This poem is written with magnificence and magnificence.
At the beginning, he tried his best to render the bad environment and the wind and sand blocking out the sun. Then he wrote that Xiongnu took the opportunity of Cao Huang Ma Zhuang to invade, and Feng general was not afraid of the cold and cold weather and was ready for battle. Finally, he wrote that the enemy was terrified and wished him a triumphant return. Although the poem narrates the war, it mainly narrates the cold, which implies the great achievements of the snow expedition. The sentence is bold and straightforward, such as wind and spring, real and moving. The whole poem rhymes, three sentences a turn, the rhythm is urgent and powerful, exciting and heroic, unique.
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