The last sentence of "Jiang Chun enters the old year" is "the sea day gives birth to the remnant night". From the foot of cibeigu mountain by Wang Wan.
This poem accurately and concisely describes the magnificent scenery of green mountains, green water, flat tide and broad shore when the author berthed at the foot of Beigu mountain in late winter and early spring, and expresses the author's deep homesickness.
Original text of ancient poetry:
At the foot of cibeigu mountain
The guest road is outside the green mountains and in front of the green water.
The tide is flat, the banks are wide, and the wind is hanging a sail.
The Sea grows day and night, and the river spring enters the old year.
Where does the township book reach? Return to Luoyang.
Wandering alone outside the green mountains, boating alone in the green water.
When the tide rises, the two sides of the Strait become wider; With the wind; A white sail was just hanging high.
The night will be over and the sun will rise on the sea; Before the new year, the spring in the river has come.
Now that the letter has been sent, where will it be sent? I hope to return to the wild goose in the north and send it to Luoyang.
Introduction to ancient poetry:
As a northern poet in the early years of the Kaiyuan Dynasty, Wang Wan traveled between Wu and Chu. He was fascinated by the beautiful scenery in the south of the Yangtze River. Influenced by the beautiful poetic style of the poets in Wuzhong at that time, he wrote some works that sang about the scenery in the south of the Yangtze River. This first "under the Beigu mountain" is the most famous one.
This five laws was first seen in Guoxiu collection compiled by Rui tingzhang of the Tang Dynasty. This was made by the poet at the end of winter and the beginning of spring when he entered Wu from Chu and moored his boat at the foot of Beigu mountain in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province.