Song Ci: to the tune "Winds between pine trees"吴文英：风入松
To the tune "Winds between pine trees" is writtern by Wu Wenying.
吴文英：风入松Wu Wenying (1200-1260): to the tune "Winds between pine trees"
Listening to wind and rain and waiting for clear weather, while the grass of sadness buries the incarved flowers.
In front of the house in twilight green, our ways are separating. Giving you a willow twig, giving me a bit of warm emotion.
While drinking wine in the harsh coldness of spring, a morning dream is filled with oriol songs.
In the west garden I daily sweep the Forest Pavillion, enjoying the clear weather like before.
The wasps attack the swing rope when I was holding it with delicate hands and fragrant shape.
So heavy-hearted I wait for my husband to come home, while in the dark corner of the stairs the moss grows green over night.
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