About the Poem and Writer:
This poem was written by Bai Ju Yi (772-846). He was a prolific poet
who lived during the Tang Dynasty and passed down 3040 poems. His poems
have spread throughout South East Asia to many countries such as Japan
and Thailand. He used simple words in his poem that anyone can
understand, even children. This was a poem he wrote for a lady artist.
She had great talent, but led a poor life because nobody appreciated
her, just look nobody appreciated him. This part of the poem is often
used for new friends. Because of their backgrounds, experiences, and
emotions, they can understand each other's hearts. In English we would
call this kind of friends, "bosom friends."
Pronunciation in Pinyin: Tong2 Shi4 Tian1 Ya2 Lun2 Luo4 Ren2, Xiang1 Feng2 He2 Bi4 Ceng2 Xiang1 Shi2
Poem Translation: Both of us being strangers here, both of us stranded, does it matter that we've just met, if our hearts understand?
Title: Song for a Pipa(Chinese ancient instrument normally for woman) Player
Script: Poem will be written in the Lishu official calligraphy script. This popular style is clear and smooth.
Size: 11" X 32" (25Cm X 80 Cm) - Also available in larger sizes
Also you can choose a custom inscription, perfect for gifts! Click link for an example of a personalized message in English.
You can choose any message for your own inscription. The length of the
scroll may be adjusted slightly to accommodate your inscription.
- Product Code: Bai Ju Yi Tang Dynasty Bosom Friends Chinese Poem Scroll
- Availability: In Stock