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In Autumn - Han-Shan - Han-Shan (Vinyl)

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  1. Juramar
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  2. Kazikasa
    Feb 27,  · HC/Emo band from California. Active in the mid 90s. In autumn Flesh lights and stars Torrent Black teagarden Toast to the Insomnia Loquat tree Grain.
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  3. Moshicage
    Han Shan, who may or may not have existed, is the name given to the putative author of a collection of fascinating Tang dynasty poems, more than three hundred in number. The poems tell the story of the author’s retreat to Cold Mountain to live a life of hermetic simplicity, seeking Daoist and Chan (Zen) enlightenment in nature.
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  4. Nazil
    Han Shan. He lived in China sometime between and CE. Since many writers refer to Han Shan as a late 8th Century poet, I will assume he flourished from around to CE. Han Shan is one of those Taoist-Chan Sages who are reported to have enjoyed very long lives due in .
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  5. Zudal
    Han-shan, the Master of Cold Mountain, and his friend Shi-te, lived in the late-eighth to early-ninth century AD, in the sacred T’ien-t’ai Mountains of Chekiang Province, south of the bay of Hangchow. The two laughing friends, holding hands, come and go, but mostly go, dashing into the wild, careless of others’ reality, secure in their own.
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  6. Akinris
    This book is a comparative study of the ninth-century Chinese poet Han Shan (Cold Mountain) and Gary Snyder, an American poet and environmental activist. Author Joan Tan explains how Chan Buddhism has the potential to be recognized as an important voice in contemporary ecopoetry. Chan/Zen.
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  7. Grorn
    “When men see Han-shan They all say he's crazy And not much to look at - Dressed in rags and hides. They don't get what I say And I don't talk their language. All I can say to those I meet: "Try and make it to Cold Mountain.” ― Gary Snyder, Riprap and Cold Mountain Poems.
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  8. Vudomi
    Han Shan Read poems by this poet Read texts about this poet By This Poet 1. The cold in these mountains is ferocious, has been every year since the beginning. Crowded peaks locked in perennial snows, recluse-dark forests breathing out mists, grasses never sprout before the solstice and leaves start falling in early August.
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