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Poets Never Die Ancient Chinese poet, Tang Dynasty genius. Li Po loved his wine, wrote wonder, drunk or sober. Legend says he drowned in Yangtze River, drunkenly he attempted to embrace moon's reflection. ~~ Judi Van Gorder Verse Form: Three-Five-Seven
Explore the Craft of Writing Poetry Overview of Chinese Verse with Index Three-Five-Seven was introduced to me by Xiao-zhen (screen name - worm), a Chinese student I met on the internet. Worm has written several translations of ancient Chinese poems into English. Xiao-zhen explaining the form Three-Five-Seven to me wrote: "This novel style was created by poet genius Li Bai (Li Po). However, it was not widely adopted by ancient poets despite the popularity of this little poem. After Li Po, I just find another Tang poet Bai Juyi (also known as Bo Juyi and Po Chuyi) wrote in the Mid-Tang peri