Flowers have fragrance, poetry has melody What are some verses that include flowers, plants, and trees?

Several Sentences of Describing Natural Landscape

  1. Thousands of sails pass by the side of the sunken boat, and spring comes to the sick trees in front. - Liu Yuxi, Tang Dynasty, “Responding to Yue Fei’s First Encounter at the Banquet in Yangzhou”

  2. Circling around the trees three times, there is no branch to rely on. - Cao Cao, Wei-Jin Dynasty, “Short Song”

  3. The trees in Hanyang are clearly reflected in the Qingchuan River, and the lush grasses grow on the Parrot Island. - Cui Hao, Tang Dynasty, “Yellow Crane Tower”

  4. Birds stay by the pond-side trees, and a monk knocks on the door beneath the moonlight. - Jia Dao, Tang Dynasty, “Inscription for Li Ning’s Secluded Residence”

  5. Only the secluded grass grows by the side of the ravine, with a oriole singing deep in the trees above. - Wei Yingwu, Tang Dynasty, “West Ravine in Chuzhou”


  1. The sunset, the grass and trees, the usual streets and lanes, I dwell as a guest in the worldly realm. - Xin Qiji, Song Dynasty, “Meeting Happiness at the Beiguting Pavilion in Jingkou and Reflecting on the Past”

  2. The immortal hangs both feet, and the laurel trees gather around. - Li Bai, Tang Dynasty, “Night Thoughts”

  3. The fence is sparsely covered, and the path is deep. The treetops are newly green but have not formed a shade. - Yang Wanli, Song Dynasty, “Staying at Xu’s Shop in New Market”

  4. The vast wilderness, the sky lowering over the trees, and the moon shining near the river. - Meng Haoran, Tang Dynasty, “Staying at Jiande River”

  5. The green trees cast dense shadows, and the reflection of the pavilions enters the pond. - Gao Pan, Tang Dynasty, “Mountain Pavilion in Summer”


  1. Every tree is covered in autumn colors, and every mountain is bathed in the setting sun. - Wang Ji, Tang Dynasty, “Wild Vision”

  2. Dogs bark in the deep alley, and roosters crow on the tops of mulberry trees. - Tao Yuanming, Wei-Jin Dynasty, “Returning to the Fields and Gardens”

  3. The pear blossoms reflect on the poplar trees, where partings and farewells occur. - Bai Juyi, Tang Dynasty, “Contemplating the View on Cold Food Festival”

  4. The paths by the railings stretch alongside green trees, and the willows gently sway, revealing golden threads. - Feng Yansi, Five Dynasties, “Magpies Stepping on Branches”

  5. A hundred songs and a thousand sounds move at will, with red and purple flowers on the high and low trees. - Ouyang Xiu, Song Dynasty, “Painter Bird”


  1. Crows perch in the courtyard, and the cold dew silently wets the osmanthus flowers. - Wang Jian, Tang Dynasty, “Fifteenth Night Moon Gazing, Sent to Du Langzhong”

  2. Frost falls, bears ascend the trees, and deer drink from the empty forest brook. - Mei Yaochen, Song Dynasty, “Traveling in Lushan Mountains”

  3. Clouds and trees surround the sandy banks, furious waves roll in, and the horizon has no end. - Liu Yong, Song Dynasty, “Watching the Seawaves, Southeast Scenery”

  4. The willow trees in the east wind, lush and green, flank the Imperial River. - Wang Zhihuan, Tang Dynasty, “Farewell”

  5. Autumn winds are difficult to age the three pearl trees, but they still linger, with the sweet sound of a clear flute. - Zhang Yan, Song Dynasty, “Wind Enters the Pines, Ancient Musical Tune”


  1. A tree of cold plum blossoms, white as jade branches, stands alone by the village near the brook bridge. - Zhang Wei, Tang Dynasty, “Early Plum Blossoms”

  2. The bodhi tree has no tree, and the bright mirror does not stand on a pedestal. - Hui Neng, Tang Dynasty, “Verses on Bodhi”

  3. The Phoenix Palace and Dragon Tower connect to the Milky Way, where the jade trees and golden branches become mist and vines. When have we ever understood the chaos of war? - Li Yu, Five Dynasties, “Breaking Through the Enemy Lines, Forty Years of Home and Country”

  4. The mountains are clear, the waters are pure, and the frost emerges as the deep red appears faintly yellow. - Liu Yuxi, Tang Dynasty, “Two Autumn Songs”

  5. Countless sycamore trees, countless cypress forests. - Li Bai, Tang Dynasty, “Seventeen Songs of Autumn Pu”


  1. Floating cotton and flying flowers, where are they? Layered ice and accumulated snow shatter and the sparsely scattered tree feels the cold of midnight. - Nalan Xingde, Qing Dynasty, “Cold Willow”

  2. Coming in the morning and entering the courtyard, the solitary guest is the first to hear it. - Liu Yuxi, Tang Dynasty, “Autumn Wind Induces”

  3. Everywhere can transform into billions, where a plum blossom becomes an old man. - Lu You, Song Dynasty, “Plum Blossom Quatrain, First”

  4. Grass and trees know that spring won’t last long, competing with each other to bloom in various shades of red and purple. - Han Yu, Tang Dynasty, “Two Poems for Late Spring, First”

  5. Many trees in the courtyard, but the plum tree sighs the most. - Bao Zhao, Southern and Northern Dynasties, “Falling Plum Blossom”

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Verdant mountains and green trees, flowers and grass in the spring breeze.

  1. Jade-like trees stand tall, with countless green silk threads hanging down.

——He Zhizhang, “Ode to the Willow”

  1. Suddenly, like a spring breeze overnight, thousands of trees and countless pear blossoms bloom.

——Cen Shen, “Song of White Snow to Judge Wu Returning”

  1. At the Xunyang riverside, I bid farewell to a guest in the night, with maple leaves and catkins fluttering in the autumn wind.

——Bai Juyi, “The Pipa Song”

  1. Painted pavilions and crimson towers are all seen in the distance, with red peaches and green willows hanging down from the eaves.

——Wang Wei, “The Daughters of Luoyang”

Amidst several early orioles competing for warm trees, which household’s new swallows are pecking spring mud? Chaotic flowers gradually blur the sight, only shallow grass can be trampled by horse hooves. I love the east of the lake the most, where green willows cast shade on white sandy dikes.

——Bai Juyi, “Spring Excursion to West Lake”

  1. A winding path leads to a secluded place, where the temple’s flowers and trees are deep.

——Chang Jian, “Behind the Broken Mountain Temple”

  1. The country may be in ruins, but the mountains and rivers still exist, and the city’s spring is filled with lush grass and trees.

——Du Fu, “Prospect of Spring”

  1. The green trees enclose the village, while the blue mountains lean outside the city walls.

——Meng Haoran, “Passing the Old Friend’s Estate”

  1. Ten thousand ravines are filled with towering trees, and a thousand mountains echo with the cuckoo’s song.

——Wang Wei, “Sending off Prefect Li to Zizhou”

  1. White clouds hug the tranquil lake, and green grass enclose the leisurely gate.

——Liu Changqing, “Looking for Daoist Chang of South Creek”

  1. Occasionally, fallen flowers arrive and their fragrance follows the flowing water from afar.

——Liu Shengxu, “Untitled”

  1. Alone, the grass on the old plain withers and flourishes each year.

——Bai Juyi, “Parting with the Ancient Plain Grass”

  1. The Qi River flows clearly past the Hanyang trees, and luxuriant grass spreads over the Parrot Islet.

——Cui Hao, “Yellow Crane Tower”

  1. The blue grass on the steps reflects the color of spring alone, and the golden oriole’s melody is heard through the leaves.

——Du Fu, “The Prime Minister of Shu”

  1. Countless falling leaves rustle down, while the surging Yangtze River never stops.

——Du Fu, “Ascending a Height”

  1. Sparse pine shadows fall on a still pool, while delicate grass spreads the fragrance of spring in a secluded cave.

——Han Hong, “Inscription at the Immortal Tourist Pavilion”

  1. A few plum blossoms bloom in a corner of the wall, braving the cold alone.

——Wang Anshi, “Plum Blossoms”

  1. People are at leisure, while osmanthus flowers fall; the night is quiet, and the spring mountains are empty.

——Wang Wei, “Birds Singing in a Ravine”

Spring, Flowers, Mountains, Farewell, Peaches, Pears, Spring Rain, Spring Night, Scattered Fences, Cauliflower

  1. The orchid leaves are lush in spring, and the osmanthus blooms brightly in autumn. This life is filled with joy, making it a festive season. Who knows, those who dwell in the woods are delighted by the breeze. Grass and trees have their own hearts, not seeking to be plucked by a beautiful woman! - “Feelings of Parting, Part One” by Zhang Jiuling, Tang Dynasty

  2. The late sun illuminates the beautiful rivers and mountains, and the spring breeze carries the fragrance of flowers and grass. - “Four-line Poem”

  3. Countless falling leaves fill the air with rustling sounds, the endless Yangtze River rumbles on. - “Climbing Heights”

  4. A friend bids farewell to the Yellow Crane Tower as fireworks fill the sky in March as he leaves Yangzhou. - “Farewell to Meng Haoran at the Yellow Crane Tower” by Li Bai

  5. The grass on the grasslands sways as time goes by, flourishing and withering each passing year. The wild fire cannot burn completely, for the spring wind brings regeneration. - “Bidding Farewell to Ancient Grasslands” by Bai Juyi, Tang Dynasty

  6. In the mortal realm, April sees the fragrant beauty wane, while the peach blossoms in the mountain temple begin to bloom. - “Peach Blossoms at Dalin Temple” by Bai Juyi, Tang Dynasty

  7. Suddenly, like the spring breeze that arrives overnight, the pear blossoms bloom on a thousand and ten thousand trees. - “Farewell Song to General Wu as He Returns to the Capital in the Snow” by Cen Shen, Tang Dynasty

  8. In a small building, a night spent listening to the spring rain, in a deep lane, apricot flowers are sold in the morning. - “Clearing Up After Spring Rain in Lin’an” by Lu You, Song Dynasty

  9. The value of a moment in spring night is worth a thousand gold, as flowers carry a sweet fragrance and the moon brings a cool shade. - “Spring Night” by Su Shi, Song Dynasty

  10. The fences are scattered and sparsely spaced, the tops of trees are covered in new green that has not yet formed shade. Children rush to chase yellow butterflies, but can’t find them as they fly into the cauliflower. - “Staying at the Xu’s Shop in the New Market” by Yang Wanli, Song Dynasty

The Fragrance of Flowers and Grass Encompasses Everything

  1. As the sun sets, the river and mountains are beautiful, and the spring breeze carries the fragrance of flowers and grass. - Du Fu “Jue Ju: Chi Ri Jiang Shan Li”

  2. Frost on the grass, large as coins, with a swing of the sword, does not enter the misty sky. - Li He “Bei Zhong Han”

  3. On the flat bank, a small bridge embraces a thousand hills, and a soft blue water surrounds the flowers and grass. - Wang Anshi “Yu Jia Ao: Ping An Xiao Qiao Qian Zhang Bao”

  4. The Wu Palace buries flowers and grass in its secluded path, and the attire of the Jin Dynasty forms ancient mounds. - Li Bai “Deng Jin Ling Feng Huang Tai”

  5. Calmly ask what’s in your heart, until now you have received everything, embroidered with spring flowers and grass. - Chen Zhu “Da”

  6. I am afraid that the reflection in the mirror of spring is not as good as the freshness of flowers and grass. - Zhang Xian “Pu Sa Man: Yi Lang Hai Shang Ceng Lou Qu”

  7. Not only is spring beautiful, but summer is also lovely, going with the flow where flowers and grass are in one’s life. - Yang Wanli “Xia Ri Jue Ju”

  8. The murmuring brook flows around the bamboo silently, and on the west side of the bamboo, flowers and grass gently play in the spring. - Wang Anshi “Zhong Shan Ji Shi”

  9. Last year’s lingering leap month, this year’s early spring, the dawn colors and the wind bring flowers and grass. - Li Longji “Chu Ru Qin Chuan Lu Feng Han Shi”

  10. The wind and clouds change abnormally, and the flowers and grass are spirited. - Si Kong Tu “Shi Pin Er Shi Si Ze: Xing Rong”

  11. Once the palace gate is closed, it will not open again. The flowers and grass of Shangyang grow on the moss-covered ground. - Yuan Zhen “He Li Xiao Shu Xin Ti Le Fu Shi Er Shou: Shang Yang Bai Fa Ren”

  12. The magnificent palace clouds and birds, the famous garden is filled with the fragrance of flowers and grass. - Du Fu “Ru Heng Zhou”

  13. Before flowers and grass, I cultivate myself by waking up early at the window. - Yuan Zhen “Yuan He Wu Nian Yu Guan Bu Liao Fa Feng Xi Gui San Yue Liu Ri…Chuang Nong You Yin Wu Shi”

  14. In front of the courtyard, the flowers and grass are still lush. I imagine the abundant crops growing thickly. - Wang Zhi Dao “Xin Yang He Tong Guan Xi Yu Yun”

  15. The beauty of a woman cannot compare to idle flowers and grass, but even so, she still needs the east wind to blow once. - Shi Jian “Gong Ci: Qi Er”

  16. Remembering being alone with my sister, wearing flowers and grass, leaning against the new curtain. - Yuan Zhen “Za Yi Wu Shou”

  17. Spring comes and goes, no longer seeing flowers and grass, only the east wind blows like thunder on the ground. - Zhang Wei “Zhong Dong Dong Zhi Hou”

  18. The sound of the stream enters the fragrant pool throughout the fields, and the foam blows over the flowers and grass by the bamboo. - Lu Lun “Qu Jiang Chun Wang”

  19. It should be enough to appreciate ancient scenery, there is no need to comment on idle flowers and grass. - Chen Zhu “Ke Ju Chang Lao Tui Xiu Yu Xi Shan An Fu Xi Shan Hao Yi Song Zhi”

  20. In recent years, dimness has its own charm, valuing the sprouting buds of flowers and grass. - Zhang Lei “Jia Pu Tao”

  21. Moreover, hills are piled high with autumn colors, bees and butterflies destroy hidden flowers and grass. - Wang Anshi “Yi Zuo Shi Shi Zhu Wai Di”

  22. Blue sky, white sun, beautiful flowers and grass, and the jade goblet is repeatedly lifted, pouring out golden goblets. - Han Yu “Yi Zuo Xing He Zhang Shi Yi”

  23. The murals in the Han Palace are lonely, and the flowers and grass in the Wu Palace easily become desolate. - Lin Bi “Zai Yong Yun Er Shang Zai”

  24. The Wu Palace flowers and grass have become desolate, why this brick is still in perfect shape. - Zhu Zi Gui “Chi Wu Zhuan Ge”

  25. During the time of a wise ruler, all the world is filled with spring. Birds, fish, flowers, and grass all hold something new. - Liu Kezhuang “San He Er Shou: Zhu Sheng Shi Qing Wan Yu Chun”

  26. By the grass hut near the plum blossoms, the beautiful scenery is naturally obtained. - Chen Zhu “Zheng Yue Er Shi Si Ri Dao Mei Shan Er Shou: Mei Hua Cao Wu Bian”

  27. The setting sun shines on the cows and sheep, and the east wind brings abundant flowers and grass. - He Zhu “Tian Yuan Yue”

  28. The cliffs of Yunyan are barren, with flowers and grass hidden in the crevices. - Mei Yaochen “Xi Shen Hui Shu Yan Yu Shi Lu Yong Shu Zi Cong Ji Dao You Song Er Yun”

  29. When guests arrive, they don’t ask questions, and the flowers and grass naturally turn purple and red. - Han Yuanji “Han Yan Fen Yun De Shui Zi”

  30. Ancient palaces have Wu flowers and grass, and deep palaces have Jin silk and brocade. - Li Bai “Jin Ling San Shou”

  31. The spring breeze passes through flowers and grass, and in order, they organize themselves until the sea hibiscus. - Wang Chen “Ci Ya Yu Yun: Mei Lian Lan Ban Tui Fen Zhuang”

  32. Mounds and graves have transformed into city walls, and flowers and grass still remain thorny and overgrown. - Yuan Zhen “Gu She”

  33. Spring breeze is limitless, flowers and grass are abundant. In late years, a pure heart is worth waiting for. - Cheng Gong Xu “Shi Xiong Zhe Zhe Zeng Tai Mei Jiang Qu Er Jue He Yun Xie Zhi: Ku Mu Yan Qian Bu Shou Han”

  34. I have heard that Fengyi has no flowers and grass, but there is still joy on the city wall. - Zhang Shunmin “He Bin Cui Wang Zheng Fu Da Fu You Xi Hu”

  35. On the hilltop, flowers and grass are abundant, and swallows fly east and west. - Liu Yuxi “Cha Tian Ge”

  36. With the arrival of the spring breeze, the flowers and grass become literate. - Su Cong “Zheng Yue Er Shi Qi Ri Pei Tang Zi Qi Deng Wo Long Shi Jia Xuan Yi”

  37. Old courtyards have idle flowers and grass, tamed doves perch in the eaves. - Yang Heng “Song Gong Sun Qi Zi Gui Lin Gui Shu”

  38. The writings of the Han and Wei dynasties fill the clouds, picking and choosing the fragrance of flowers and grass. - Zhou Bi “Dai Shi Zhi Gui Fang Cun Ju”

  39. As a result, gu ling flowers and grass became desolate, and the Dan Hu mountain turned into a ruined mound. - Liu Guo “Deng Sheng Yuan Ge Gu Ji”

  40. The fragrance of flowers and grass invades my nostrils, and I regret the passing of the spring on the high terrace. - Du Mu “Chun Wan Ti Wei Jia Ting Zi”

  41. On a warm day, the flowers and grass are beautiful, and light clouds pass through the southern creek. - Zhang Lei “Gan Chun Shi San Shou: Nan Shan Ru Jia Ren”

  42. The mountain garden overflows with flowers and grass, and rain and dew make them bloom first. - Fang Yue “Za Xing: Bai Nian Yi Shun Xi”

  43. Chengdu has fallen into chaos, and the flower garden no longer exists. - Du Fu “Xiang Feng Ge Zeng Yan Er Yan Er Yan Bie Jia”

  44. The residence is quite elegant with pavilions and kiosks, and the garden is also full of flowers and grass. - Chen Zao “Bo Bo Jiu”

Forlorn Autumn Wind

Yellow leaves drifting

North wind moaning

In the harsh winter

Startled birds flying

Frigid gales howling

Dry branches swaying

On treetops and twigs

Yellow leaves floating

Poetry recites words of emotion

Time’s passage

Aging and withering

Intentions returning

Experiencing all the vicissitudes

Daytime dreams

Wanderer restless

Innocent heart

Autumn night, poetic feelings

North wind returns

Chill of the night

Not dwelling on the past

Contemplating one’s thoughts

Years slipping away

Lingering interests

Autumn rain in the wilderness

Flowers and leaves falling

Mind’s intention

Determined aspirations

Desires and ambitions

Diligence from the beginning

Romantic descriptions

Poetry and music

Tenderness in the world

Entering the realm of dreams

Graceful and clear

Hustle and bustle

Loneliness

Open hearted laughter

State of mind

Flowing and surging

Spring of life

Looking back

In an instant

Ebb and flow of life

Youthfulness

Moon gazing

Poetic rhythm and beauty of flowers

Emotions

Passionate

Imaginary dialogues

Sorrow and joy

Gatherings and partings

Such is the season

Innocence

Long-lasting youth

Old age and brilliance

Notes

Poetic rhythm: It refers to the sense of rhythm that appears in a poem. It is an important element in composing a poem, as different rhymes can express different poetic sentiments and meanings. Rhythm is the most basic component of poetry.

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Beautiful Spring Scenery

The winding path leads to a serene place, where the temple’s flowers and trees thrive.

  • Chang Jian, “The Zen Courtyard Behind the Temple on the Broken Mountain”

The country’s rivers and mountains remain despite its fall, as spring in the city brings deep green grass and trees.

  • Du Fu, “Spring View”

The village by the green trees merges with the sloping hills outside the city walls.

  • Meng Haoran, “Passing the Former Residence of an Old Friend”

The grass on the plain sways in the wind, withering and flourishing as each year passes.

  • Bai Juyi, “Farewell to Ancient Grass on the Plain”

The clear river flows by the trees of Hanyang, while lush grass covers the Parrot Island.

  • Cui Hao, “Yellow Crane Tower”

Endless fallen leaves descend, as the ceaseless Yangtze River rolls on.

  • Du Fu, “Ascending to a Height”

In the night, the sound of wind and rain, how many flowers have fallen?

  • Meng Haoran, “Spring Dawn”

Farewell to my old friend at Yellow Crane Tower, as the fireworks light up March in Yangzhou.

  • Li Bai, “Sending off Meng Haoran in Guangling”

In the spring city, flowers fly everywhere, and the east wind of Cold Food Festival rustles the willow branches.

  • Han Hong, “Cold Food Festival”

The chaotic flowers gradually confuse the eyes, and shallow grass can only be trampled by horse hooves.

  • Bai Juyi, “Spring Journey on the Qiantang Lake”

Withered vines and old trees, crows cawing, and a small bridge over flowing water leads to a home.

  • Ma Zhiyuan, “Tianjing Sands, Autumn Thoughts”

In the silent courtyard, spring is reluctant to arrive late, with pear blossoms covering the ground, yet the door remains closed.

  • Liu Fangping, “Spring Resentment”

Birds settle on the tree by the pond, and the monk knocks on the door under the moonlight.

  • Jia Dao, “Inscription at Li Ning’s Secluded Residence”

A thousand sails pass by the side of the sinking boat, and spring arrives before the sickly trees.

  • Liu Yuxi, “To Yue Feasting with Le Tian at Their First Meeting in Yangzhou”

The thatched eaves are clean and free of moss, and I personally plant the flowers and trees.

  • Wang Anshi, “Two Poems on Mr. Hubian’s Wall by Lake Yin”

The spring in the eyes of the spring source is silent and loves the gentle reflection of the trees.

  • Yang Wanli, “Small Pond”

The white snow dislikes the late arrival of spring, so it transforms into flying flowers amidst the courtyard trees.

  • Han Yu, “Spring Snow”

The blue grass reflects the spring colors, and the orioles sing through the leaves with delightful melodies.

  • Du Fu, “The Prime Minister of Shu”

In my home, by the ink stone pool, delicate traces of pale ink can be seen with every blooming flower.

  • Wang Mian, “Ink Plum Blossom”

Summary of Answers: Leasing a House with Peony Flowers, Difficult to Keep Apricot Flowers along the Way, Verdant Grass and Greenness of Deep Love in the Cold Creek, Spring Grass Blows Green All Year Round, Han Yin Courtyard Trees Always Endure Wind and Snow, Willow Trees Reminisce the Hometown in Green.

1. “Rental House with Peony Flowers”

-Wang Jian, Tang Dynasty

Renting a house gets abundant flowers, but fears they are alluring when they first bloom.

The pink glow is deep and the purplish color is rich, the flesh color fades and the redness is charming.

Hope that the breeze would stay, but worry about being scorched by the sun.

Pity the scattered and fallen petals, take and burn them as incense.

2. “Seeing Apricot Flowers on the Way”

-Wu Rong, Tang Dynasty

A branch of red apricot blossoms beyond the wall, outside the wall, a passer-by is lonely and sad.

Looking long enough, one still has resentment, it’s even harder to keep it when encountered!

In the empty woods, bird’s song is heard before the color fades; in the shallow spring, the fragrance is cold, butterflies have not yet flown.

I recall the millions of trees in the homeland, the hazy smoke dims the sun, and Shenzhou.

3. “Each Composing a Poem in Dongfeng Pavilion, Obtaining the Cold Creek Grass”

-Su Yu, Tang Dynasty

Grass by the creek makes numerous paths, visitors never tire of looking at it.

Remaining fragrance in a secluded place, aging in the deep hue.

Fortunately, sharing the sentiments and joy, greens still need appreciating before dusk.

4. “Spring Grass”

-Tang Yanqian, Tang Dynasty

North and south of heaven, it extends along the roadside, having no place to end its roots.

It grows luxuriantly, but is a heartless thing, to blow green with the east wind for another year.

5. “Han Yin Courtyard Trees”

-Zhao Gu, Tang Dynasty

Digging trenches to draw water for irrigating vegetable plots, inserting bamboo as a fence to protect medicinal seedlings.

Willow trees are as delicate as silk, easily disturbed by wind; plum blossoms are like snow, their beauty is hard to fade even in daylight.

6. “Willow Trees in Yangliuqing”

-Wu Cheng’en, Ming Dynasty

The village flag boasts of white lotus flowers in wine, the ferry drums open the sail and the willow trees in Yangliuqing are green.

Startled by the passing years, frequent paths of travelers, when looking back at the hometown, there are several pavilions.

In the deep spring, the rising waters bring the good taste of fine fish, the sea nearby has strong winds and healthy crane feathers.

Who plays the jade flute across the tall building? Falling plum blossoms bring melancholy, listened to while intoxicated.

April Flowers in Full Bloom

Many! Many! Many! So many that I can’t even count them.

In the human world, the fragrances of April are gone, as the peach flowers in the mountain temple begin to bloom. Suddenly, overnight, the spring breeze comes, and pear blossoms burst forth on the thousands of trees. With the arrival of autumn on September eighth, my flowers bloom and overshadow all other flowers.

The spring colors fill the garden and cannot be contained, as a branch of red apricot blooms over the wall.

Casually recognizing the face of the east wind, everything purple and red is always a sign of spring.

The sunrise paints the river flowers redder than fire, and in spring, the river water turns as green as blue.

A thousand branches of deep green and a dot of red, the captivating spring colors do not need to be excessive.

In one night, the sound of spring rain is heard in the small tower, and in the early morning, apricot blossoms are sold in the deep alley.

The sparse shadows lie obliquely on the clear and shallow water, and the faint fragrance floats in the moonlit dusk.

In the city, the peaches and plums worry about wind and rain, and in the spring, the wild vegetables bloom by the creek.

The spring breeze cannot unlock the ban on the poplar catkins, and in the hazy mist, they flutter and fall onto the faces of passers-by.

In the second and third months of the year, the grass and water are the same color.

In the southern region of the river, there is abundant grass in February, and spring is in the misty drizzle.

The lotus leaves reflect infinite emerald green, while the lotus flowers are red in a different shade when they are illuminated by the sun.

Helplessly, the flowers fall away, as if the swallows returning home seem familiar.

It is not because I favor chrysanthemums among flowers, but because when this flower has bloomed, there are no more flowers.

In the forest, new green layers upon layers, while the buds of the pomegranate hide several points of red.

The spring breeze once again makes the Jiangnan riverbank green, and when will the moon illuminate me again?

In the south of the river, lotus leaves can be harvested, and the lotus leaves are so luxuriantly green.

The little lotus shoots reveal their sharp tips, and dragonflies have already landed on top.

The first rays of sunlight on the leaves after days of rain, the water surface is clear and round, and each gust of wind lifts the lotus.

Who knows who has meticulously carved these fine leaves, the spring wind in February is like a pair of scissors.

Stop the car and sit, love the maple forest in the evening, the frost leaves are redder than the flowers in February.

Where in the world is there no fragrant grass?

The wildfire cannot burn everything, as the spring breeze blows and brings forth new life.

The small street rain moistens like cream, and from afar, the grass appears green but close up it is absent.

Spring slumber unnoticeably turns into morning, as the singing of birds is heard everywhere. The sound of wind and rain during the night, how many flowers have fallen?

The blue birds fly over the green rivers, and the mountains turn green as the flowers get ready to bloom.

Outside the bamboo, there are three or four branches of peach blossoms, and the spring river water is warm as the ducks know first.

The disorderly flowers gradually confuse the eyes, as the shallow grass can only be trampled by horse hooves.

Poetic Lines about Flowers:

  1. East of the city of Luoyang, peach and plum flowers fly back and forth, falling into whose home. (Song Zhiwen)

  2. Twelve stories high, the spring breeze accommodates the peach blossoms for whom? (He Zhizhang)

  3. Grass in the rain is green and can be dyed, the peach blossoms on the water are red and about to bloom. (Wang Wei)

  4. A cluster of peach blossoms blooms without an owner, lovely deep red shining on light red. (Du Fu)

  5. Short peach blossoms reach the water’s edge, gently willow catkins dot people’s clothes. (Du Fu)

  6. The willow catkins sway in the wind and dance, the peach blossoms lightly follow the flowing water. (Du Fu)

  7. The grass is green, the willows are yellow, the peach blossoms compete with the apricot blossoms. (Jia Zhi)

  8. The flowing water passes by the city wall, the spring breeze carries the fragrance of the dew outside the curtain. (Liu Yuxi)

  9. The orchids have grievances, the branches of peach and plum trees are always green, and the flowers turn red without saying a word. (Ouyang Xiu)

  10. When all the flowers have bloomed and faded, only the green grass remains. (Zeng Zian)

  11. Mei fruits are sour, splattering between teeth, banana leaves are green and flutter against the window. (Yang Wanli)

  12. The first rays of sunshine on the leaves after the early morning rain, the water surface is clear and round, and each gust of wind lifts the lotus. (Zhou Bangyan)

  13. I don’t know who cut these delicate leaves, the spring breeze in February is like a pair of scissors. (He Zhizhang)

  14. Stop the car and sit, the frost-covered leaves are redder than the flowers in February. (Du Mu)

  15. Wherever you go, there will be fragrant grass. (Su Shi)

  16. The wildfire does not burn out, as the spring wind blows and new life emerges. (Bai Juyi)

  17. The small rain on the heavenly street is as tender as custard, but from a distance, the grass appears green but close up it is absent. (Han Yu)

  18. Spring slumber is unaware of the dawn, birds are heard everywhere. The night comes with the sound of wind and rain, and we know how many flowers have fallen. (Meng Haoran)

  19. The blue bird surpasses the white, the mountain is green, and the flowers are about to bloom. (Du Fu)

  20. Bamboo outside, peach blossoms three or two branches, the warm water of the spring river is known by the ducks in advance. (Su Shi)

Poetic Lines about Grass:

  1. The grass sways and reports to you, and the breeze brushes against your clothes. - Yang Wanli

  2. The grass is green and the leaves wave, as the spring rain dances in small points. - Li Qiao

  3. The grass does not resent the fall in autumn, and the trees do not complain about the coming of spring. - Li Bai

  4. The grass in the courtyard is shallow; the works of nature are impeccable. Low grass has lush roots, and its heart does not dare to complain about the spring breeze. - Cao Ye

  5. The grass knows that spring will not last long, and the various colors compete for beauty. - Han Yu

  6. The path to the cabin is surrounded by grass and trees, and the half-closed gate hides the spring fragrance. - Tao Yuanming

  7. The grass color is seen from afar, but upon closer inspection, it cannot be found. - Han Yu

  8. The subtle wind brushes against the green grass, and the dangerous situation pushes away the waves. - Du Fu

  9. The fragrance of flowers is beautiful, and the fallen petals accumulate. - Tao Yuanming

  10. Children do not know that it is spring, and they ask why the grass is green. - Yuan Mei

  11. The grass is easy to wither, the flowers are easy to bloom. - Bai Juyi

  12. The grass, as seen in the river, is green and prosperous. - Jia Zhi

  13. The grass color is seen from afar, but it cannot be found upon closer inspection. - Han Yu

  14. When the plum blossoms are gone, the whole city is covered in lingering sunshine, and the green grass and water lilies blossom. - Mei Yaochen

  15. The grass root is shallow, and it is the will of nature. It bends down one inch, and it does not dare to complain about the spring breeze. - Li Gang

  16. The grass is fresh and beautiful in the spring, and the fallen flowers compete in color. - Han Yu

  17. The grass is lush and green, and the trees are tall and straight. - Cao Cao

  18. The slowly moving wind touches the branches, and the person can see the grass from afar but not up close. - Han Yu

Poetic Lines about Trees:

  1. The green trees surround the village, and the green mountains incline outside the city. - Meng Haoran

  2. The willows bend and shake, the golden willows sway like silk. The Palace maidens in the East Pavilion tenderly send you off, unwilling to return to their own dance with a slender waist. - Han Congzhao

  3. The jade-green trees are tall, and countless leaves hang down like green silk thread. I don’t know who has meticulously carved these delicate leaves, as the spring wind in February is like a pair of scissors. - He Zhizhang

  4. The willow trees have luxuriant branches, and they sway with the wind. - Li Qiao

  5. The riverside trees are rich and dense, and the fragrance of the lotus flowers fills the air. - Liu Yuxi

  6. The wind blows against the trees, and the sun shines on the water. - Jia Dao

  7. The green trees cast their shadows, and the wind blows through the courtyards. - Liu Yuxi

  8. The boat is moored on Gaozhou, and the green trees are reflected in the clear water. - Wang Anshi

  9. The willows are swaying by the riverside, and the forest is enveloped in a tranquil atmosphere. - Du Fu

  10. The path through the green trees is secluded, and the meditation halls are surrounded by flowers and lush leaves. - Li Bai

  11. The green trees are abundant, and the flowers bloom in colorful competition. - Du Mu

  12. The world falls apart, but the mountains and rivers remain. The city is in spring, but the grass and trees are deep in winter. - Liu Yuxi

  13. The willows sway in the wind, the chestnut trees bloom in full glory, and the spring breeze carries the fragrance. - Wang Bo

  14. The trees sway to and fro, and the spring river water becomes shallow. - Li Bai

  15. The willow trees dance as the breeze moves through them, the peach blossoms follow the water and flow gently. - Du Fu

Poetic Lines about Wood:

  1. Grass and trees have no feelings, yet they can also be pitied. The bright mirror in the sky reflects the boundless magic. The hibiscus flower withers in Luo Han’s yard, and the yujie tree does not grow in Yuan An’s home. (Bai Juyi)

  2. The grass and trees know that spring will not last long, and the various colors compete for beauty. (Du Mu)

  3. The ship landed by the shore, and thousands of trees bloomed in spring. (Liu Yuxi)

  4. In late spring, the grass grows lush, while the trees blossom in abundance. (Wang Anshi)

  5. Spring has passed and summer is still fresh; even the grass has not withered yet. (Xie Lingyun)

  6. The green trees are tall and the grass is still flourishing. (Li Cunxu)

  7. The trees are plentiful and verdant, and the grass is flourishing everywhere. (Cao Cao)

  8. When the grass and trees are full, it is still spring. (Qin Guan)

  9. The grass is green and the trees are tall, the riverside is full of fragrance. (Zhang Qiyun)

  10. The green trees embrace the village, and the green mountains slope away from the city. (Meng Haoran)

  11. The delicate breeze blows the grass and trees, and the warm breeze brings the fragrance of the forest. (Dai Fu)

  12. The green trees are dense, and the leaves color the sky. - (Cao Cao)

  13. The grass and trees are lush, and the sun shines on the lotus flowers. - (Wang Anshi)

  14. The grass is green and the trees are tall, as the summer heat persists. - (Li He)

  15. The grass is green and the leaves are swaying, as the summer nears its end. - (Du Fu)

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