Song Ci: to the tune "Spring in the Han palace"辛弃疾：汉宫春
To the tune "Spring in the Han palace" is writtern by Xin Qiji.
辛弃疾：汉宫春Xin Qiji (1140-1207): to the tune "Spring in the Han palace"
Spring is back, on all the maidens' heads the springtime papercuts.
Ceaseless wind and rain, and still a little bit of cold.
The seasonn when the swallows breed chicks is come, but in the night, I walk in dream in Kaifeng's West Garden.
No finished yet the orange liqueur, we first serve the green scallions plate.
Now we laugh with the eastwind, perfuming plums and coloring willows, to have more leisure time.
In leisure time then we look again in the mirror, to change the rouge on our cheeks.
But our simple sadness never ceases, asking who can loose these chains?
I'm afraid to see again this place in my life. Opening flowers, falling flowers - the dawn impedes the geese to fly home.
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