Xu Wei's "Ode to the Tomb", paper, 163.7X43cm, collected by the Palace Museum, Beijing

[Explanation] The imperial court has long abandoned the filial piety and integrity disciplines, but what if there is only a (near) foot bus? The tomb passage must be carved with stones, and the door will eventually be closed and abandoned. The sun sets thousands of miles away from my heart, and my naked body is sandwiched between feet of snow. In this life, only for ten days in Pengcheng, don't teach me to go down the ice slope once.
——The son then arrived at Yan with his father's tomb as an excuse, and when he arrived at La, he returned, so he gave him this as a gift. Xu Wei, a native of Tianchi Mountain.

The seals include "Aunt Gongsun" (Bai Wen Changfang), "Shanyin Buyi" (Bai Wen Zhengfang), "Shu Xian" (Bai Wen Zhengfang), "Jinleishan people" (Bai Wen Zhengfang), "Bali people" (Bai Wen Zhengfang) "(Bai Wenzhengfang).

Appreciation seals: "Shen Sheng Zhen Appreciation" (oval shape with Zhu text), "Li" (rectangular shape with Zhu text)

  This poem is included in "Three Collections of Xu Wenchang." Volume 7. "Seven-Character Rhymed Poetry", titled "Zi Sui arrived at Yan with the tombstone of a respected person, and went to Lashi to send him off". The calligraphy strokes on this axis are smooth and vigorous, the calligraphy layout is dense and vigorous, and the brush is full of indulgence and openness. It looks like a running snake or a lion, with swords and halberds, full of clouds and smoke, which is breathtaking.