杜牧 Du Mu 803 - 852
Du Mu (Chinese: 杜牧; pinyin: Dù Mù; Wade–Giles: Tu4 Mu4; 803–852) was a leading Chinese poet of the late Tang dynasty. His courtesy name was Muzhi (牧之), and sobriquet Fanchuan (樊川). He is best known for his lyrical and romantic quatrains.
Regarded as a major poet during a golden age of Chinese poetry, his name is often mentioned together with that of another renowned Late Tang poet, Li Shangyin, as the Little Li-Du (小李杜), in contrast to the Great Li-Du: Li Bai and Du Fu. Among his influences were Du Fu, Li Bai, Han Yu and Liu Zongyuan.
- Read A Confession
- Read A Message to Han Cho the Yangzhou Magistrate
- Read A Mooring on the Qin Huai River
- Read A Night at a Tavern
- Read By the Purple Cliff
- Read I Climb to the Leyou Tombs Before Leaving for Wuxing
- Read In the Autumn Night
- Read Parting I
- Read Parting II
- Read The Garden of the Golden Valley