Poem 29 from ‘Lyrics from the Chinese’ by Helen Waddell in Cantonese

Peach blossom after rain

Is deeper red;

The willow fresher green;

Twittering overhead;

And fallen petals lie wind-blown,

Unswept upon the courtyard stone.

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