In the Hills
White pebbles hear a blue stream glide;
Red leaves are strewn on cold hillside.
Along the path no rain is seen,
My gown is moist with drizzling green.
This is a colorful picture of the hills: white pebbles, blue stream, red leaves and the drizzling green which can not only be seen but also heard and felt.
In the Mountains” is a poem written by Wang Wei, a poet of the Tang Dynasty. The poem depicts the scenery of the mountains in late autumn and early winter, consisting of a stream full of white rocks, bright red leaves and boundless greenery, with bright and vivid colors, rich in poetic sentiment and without the mood of depression and desolation, expressing the poet’s sadness and homesickness. The whole poem is dreamy and dreamy, written in a general way to achieve a novel and unique effect, with a fresh and bright poetic style.