Shantang Poems 1066 Paper 24.8cm X26.7 cm Collection of the National Palace Museum, Taipei

Explanation: "Evening of March 12th, Bingwu" "If you want to find the golden statue on the threshold of the pavilion, the smoke and clouds on the river are towards the evening. The east wind must blow away the rain, but the Ming Dynasty will wait in the garden." "Exploring the Flowers in Jixiangyuan on the Thirteenth Day" "Flowers The moon is not fully bloomed but not yet full. Looking at the flowers and waiting for the moon, I still think about it. Knowing clearly that the flowers and the moon have no love, it would be even more pitiful to be sentimental." Book from Shantang on the 15th.