About the Poem and Writer: This classic Chinese poem was written by Li Bai (701-762) He lived during the Tang Dynasty and is considered to be the greatest poet in Chinese history.. Thousands of his poems are well known and popular throughout the whole country. It is said his poems are the peak of romantic expression. He served part of his life in the imperial service, but like many famous figures in history was not fully appreciated during his time. This is from a poem originally written as a toast. It express the good wish that he wanted to be used for his talent. The poem is a reminder to everyone not to waste the talents or abilities that have been given to you.

Pronunciation in Pinyin: Tian1 Sheng1 Wo3 Cai2 Bi4 You3 Yong4, Qian1 Jin1 San4 Jing4 Huan2 Fu4 Lai2

Poem Translation: Since heaven gave the talent, let it be employed! Spin a thousand pieces of silver, all of them come back!

Title: Toasting Song

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

Click links for flower background example, bamboo background, and bamboo and butterfly background.

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.

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Use Your Talents

  • Product Code: Li Bai Tang Dynasty Scroll - Use Your Talents
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