Category Archives: Mao Zedong

The Warlords Clash – Mao Zedong

Sudden veer of wind and rain  Showering misery through the land,  The warlords are clashing anew  Yet another Golden Millet Dream.  Red banners leap over the Ting River  Straight to Lungyen and Shanghang.  We have reclaimed part of the golden … Continue reading

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Yellow Crane Tower – Mao Zedong

Wide, wide flow the nine streams through the land,  Dark, dark threads the line from south to north.  Blurred in the thick haze of the misty rain  Tortoise and Snake hold the great river locked.  The yellow crane is gone, … Continue reading

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Poem – Two Birds: A Dialogue – Mao Zedong 

The roc wings fanwise,  Soaring ninety thousand li  And rousing a raging cyclone.  The blue sky on his back, he looks down  To survey Man’s world with its towns and cities.  Gunfire licks the heavens,  Shells pit the earth.  A … Continue reading

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Poem – Winter Clouds – Mao Zedong

Winter clouds snow-laden, cotton fluff flying,  None or few the unfallen flowers.  Chill waves sweep through steep skies,  Yet earth’s gentle breath grows warm.  Only heroes can quell tigers and leopards  And wild bears never daunt the brave.  Plum blossoms … Continue reading

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Poem – Yellow Crane Tower – Mao Zedong

Wide, wide flow the nine streams through the land, Dark, dark threads the line from south to north.  Blurred in the thick haze of the misty rain  Tortoise and Snake hold the great river locked.  The yellow crane is gone, who … Continue reading

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