No 1. 《春望》
In November 755, An Lushan rebelled against the Tang Dynasty. The following June, the rebels captured Tongguan and Tang Xuanzong fled to Sichuan in a hurry. In July, the crown prince Li Heng was located in Lingwu (present-day Ningxia). < / p > < p > Du Fu heard that his family will be settled in Duzhou, a person defected to the Suzong court, unfortunately in the way was captured by the rebels, sent to Chang ‘an, after the lowly official was not imprisoned. In the spring of the second year of DE, Du Fu, who was in the occupied area, saw the depressed and scattered scene of Chang ‘an city and had mixed feelings.
No 2. 《春夜喜雨》
The poem was written in the spring of 761. After a period of exile, Du Fu finally settled down in Chengdu, Sichuan province due to drought in Shaanxi, and began a relatively stable life in The middle of Shu. When he wrote this poem, he had been living in chengdu thatched cottage for two years. He personally plowed the fields, planted vegetables and raised flowers, and communicated with farmers. He had a deep love for spring rain, so he wrote this beautiful poem describing the rain on a spring night and the warmth of everything.
No 3. 《望岳》
In the twenty-third year of The Reign of Emperor Xuanzong (735), the poet came to Luoyang to be a scholar, but he came back in the end. In the twenty-fourth year of the reign (736), the poet began to lead an unruly and wandering life at the age of twenty-four. Du Fu wrote this poem while wandering north to Qi and Zhao (present-day Henan, Hebei, Shandong, etc.).
No 4. 《绝句》
This poem “Quatrain” was written by the poet when he lived in Huan-Huaxi Thatched cottage in Chengdu. It describes the beautiful spring scenery around the cottage.
No 5. 《闻官军收河南河北》
It was written in the spring of the first year of Guangde (AD 763), when Du Fu was 52 years old. In the winter of the first year of Baoying (AD 762), the Tang army won a great victory at Hengshui near Luoyang, recaptured Luoyang, Zheng (now Zhengzhou, Henan), Bian (now Kaifeng, Henan) and other states. The rebel leaders Xue Song and Zhang Zhongzhi surrendered. In the following year, Shi Chaoyi, the son of Shi Siming, was hanged, and his generals Tian Chengsi and Li Huaixian surrendered one after another. Thus, the “Anshi Rebellion” which lasted for more than seven years came to an end. Du Fu, a poet who loved his country and was in turmoil, was living in Sichuan. When he heard the news, he was overjoyed and could not wait to return to his peaceful and stable hometown.