"I don't know whose home Autumn Thoughts fall." the last sentence is "people look at the moon tonight.". From "looking at the moon on the 15th night to doctor Du" by poet Wang Jian of the Tang Dynasty.
The whole poem consists of four sentences and twenty-eight words, with each two sentences as a layer of meaning, which respectively write the moonlight of the Mid Autumn Festival and the mood of looking at the moon, showing a lonely, cold and quiet picture of the mid autumn festival night. This poem starts with scenery and ends with lyricism. It has rich imagination and infinite charm.
Original text of ancient poetry:
"Looking at the moon on the 15th night to doctor Du"
White arboreal crow in the atrium, cold dew silent, wet osmanthus.
I don't know whose house Autumn Thoughts fall in?
The moonlight of the Mid Autumn Festival shines on the courtyard. The ground is as white as frost and snow. The Brucea javanica on the tree stops making noise and goes to sleep. Late at night, the cold autumn dew quietly wet the osmanthus in the court. Tonight, the moon is in the sky. People are enjoying the moon. I don't know whose side the vast Autumn Thoughts fall on?
The artistic conception of this poem is very beautiful. The poet uses vivid language and rich imagination to render the specific environmental atmosphere of looking at the moon in the Mid Autumn Festival, which brings the reader into the artistic conception of a bright moon, a distant person and deep thoughts. With a divine and leisurely ending, he expresses the feelings of parting and thinking together very tactfully and moving. It first gives the impression that the scene is picturesque.