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Brief author info: Tu Fu (712-770) Chinese poet. Along with Li Po, considered best poet of premodern China; poetry is considered innovative, dense; late-blooming official (entered civil service at age 45); suffered from court politics; finally left service and spent the remainder of his life wandering. Unlike Li Po, known for his conformity to the dictates of style.
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Blue is the smoke of wrar, white the bones of men.
The bitter pinecone may be eaten, The mist on high give nourishment. The whole world takes to go-and-getting; My way alone is difficult.
O, from the ancient days always there have been travelers. So why should I grieve?
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