贾岛 Jia Dao

贾岛 Jia Dao

Jia Dao (traditional Chinese: 賈島; simplified Chinese: 贾岛; pinyin: Jiǎ Dǎo; Wade–Giles : Chia Tao) (779–843), courtesy name Langxian (浪先), was a Chinese poet active during the Tang Dynasty. He was born near modern Beijing; after a period as a Buddhist monk, he went to Chang'an. He became one of Han Yu's disciples, but failed the jinshi exam several times. He wrote both discursive gushi and lyric jintishi. His works were criticised as "thin" by Su Shi, and some other commentators have considered them limited and artificial.

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隐者不遇 For an Absent Recluse

Author: -- 贾岛 Jia Dao
松下问童子,
I ask your lad beneath a pine,
言师采药去。
"My master has gone for herbs fine.
只在此山中,
He stays deep in the mountain proud,
云深不知处。
I know not where, veiled by the cloud."

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