Lin Bu

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Ume - Cultural Significance - Mainland China
... significance is found in the life and work of poet Lin Bu (林逋) of the Song Dynasty (960–1279) ... For much of his later life, Lin Bu lived in quiet reclusion on a cottage by West Lake in Hangzhou, China ... As with the literary culture amongst the educated of the time, Lin Bu's poems were discussed in several Song Dynasty era commentaries on poetry ...

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    Out then spak her father dear,
    And he spak meek and mild,
    And ever alas, sweet Janet, he says,
    I think thou gaes wi’ child.

    If that I gae wi’ child, father,
    Mysel maun bear the blame;
    There’s ne’er a laird about your ha’,
    Shall get the bairn’s name.
    —Unknown. Tam Lin (l. 53–60)