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Ancient Classics -> Book of Poetry -> Lessons from the states -> Odes Of Tang -> Bao Yu -> 3.1

肃肃Su-su go the rows of the wild geese,
As they rest on the bushy mulberry trees.
The king's business must not be slackly discharged,
And [so] we cannot plant our rice and maize; -
How shalll our parents get food?
O thou distant and azure Heaven!
When shall we get [back] to our ordinary lot?


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