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Song Of A Year
Tang Yin (1470-1523)
There are three hundred and sixty days in a year;
Spring, summer, autumn, winter, each has ninty days.
It's hard to bear in winter biting cold severe;
In summer it is boiling hot as in a blaze.
The third and ninth moons in spring and autunmn are mild;
But in mild days there's cutting wind or driving rain.
On ounting up, few days are fine but many wild;
Without fine scenery, fine days are passed in vain.
If we should meet fine scenery when days are fine.
Together we'd make merry and delight our heart.
If we did not light candles bright and drink sweet wine,
We might misspend our life and play not well our part.
How wise is the motto said by the sage of old:
We should enjoy by candlelight sweet vernal flowers!
One vernal hour is worth a thousand coins of gold;
I say a thousand coins can't buy back vernal hours.