"Liangjiang taoxi" 兩槳桃溪 (Two oars along the peach brook); album leaf by Li Shizhuo 李世倬 (1687-1770)
Picture credit: National Palace Museum, Taipei
Gentle breezes waft through a host of fragrances
That one by one come into bud.
Pear [blossoms] white [as] snow competing in virginity;
Peach [blossoms] red [as] fire just set ablaze.
Across the river come two skiffs,
At dusk, as wind and waves rise.
My spring view
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