Zhao Mengjian's "Poems in Running Script", paper, 35.8cm in length, collected by the Palace Museum in Beijing.
Zhao Mengjian was sixty-one years old when he wrote this post. It was written by Zhao in his later years. His writing is vigorous, bold and unrestrained, and has Huang Tingjian's calligraphy style. The body is thin and strong, and the middle palace is tightly knotted and tilted sideways, following Mi Fu's example. It has its own scale and is his calligraphy masterpiece.
Explanation: My family has two hundred states in the mountains and rivers, and half of them have been free of smell for more than two centuries. Sitting on the map, my temples are withered, my horse is neighing and the autumn wind is blowing in the middle of the night.