"Liu Yuxi's Bamboo Branch Poems" volume, silk, 30 vertical and 182.1 cm wide

Zhuzhi Ci is a genre of poetry that describes the local customs and customs of a place. This volume contains nine poems written on bamboo branches by Liu Yuxi of the Tang Dynasty in cursive script. The writing is smooth and the writing style is bold and vigorous. It flows with the heart, like a dragon and a snake galloping. It gives full play to decades of practice and is unrestrained. It can be completed in one go. Reached the state of perfection.
The postscript includes: Chen Congzhou inscribes after the authentic work of the Taoist in the valley: "The miasma of rain and wild smoke leans against the bamboo tower, the flavor of Langzhou is known to Fuzhou, the withered vines are shaking everywhere, and the ink pool rises from the mausoleum."
Sha Menghai's notes from March 1980: "Lu Zhi is good at writing Liu Mengde's Bamboo Branch Songs. The postscript about the mountain valley is collected in Volume 2 and contains a postscript. Volume 8 contains a postscript written by Meng De and his poems. Volume 9 contains another postscript." There are two postscripts. The last one is marked as being from Cao, which is the original version. There are four characters of stone carvings on the right side of the editor's note. It is known that it was compiled based on the stone version and no original work has been found. The calligraphers of the Song Dynasty, Su and Huang, are equally famous, but each has his own specialty. Zizhanshi Yishao , the Qing Dynasty official's writing style has been crowned with beauty for a lifetime. Lu Zhi's real calligraphy is based on the method of "痗 Crane Inscription", which is full of ups and downs, and is not owned by Zizhan. Zizhan rarely works on grass, while Lu Zhi is dedicated to Bo Gao, hiding the truth and running anecdotes, and Jue Chen said: "In the middle of the boat, I watched the elders rowing, and the group of men plowing the oars, but I felt that they were less advanced. It was interesting, and their words were written in books." This volume was originally stored in Zhu's Farewell Room, and is now donated to Tianyi Pavilion. Lu Zhi wrote in his 30th postscript There is no signature in the cursive script, and other inscriptions and postscripts are often without signatures, and no one who sees it hears the words. The traces of the nine-hundred-year-old drama, ink and silk color, are vivid and moving. They have been shown and played several times, and they are unforgettable." 1987 In the winter of that year, Xu Bangda wrote: "In the second year of Yuanfu's reign in the valley, I lived in a secluded house in the south of Rongzhou City. I dreamed of writing a poem during the summer, so I wrote the postscript to this volume late."