Xin Qiji (28 May 1140 – 1207) was a Chinese poet, military leader and statesman during the Southern Song dynasty.
Some six hundred and twenty of Xin's poems survive today, all were written after he moved to the south.
Scholars consider Xin equally talented in ci as Su Shi. Their difference, however, is that the content of Xin's poetry spans an even greater range of topics. Xin is also famous for employing many allusions in his poems.
Some of the most quoted lines from his poetry (with accompanying translations) are shown below.
"Having almost exhausted my energy searching for that person (vague), I suddenly turned my head, and there they were, standing at the far end of the street where the candlelight is the dimmest."
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