Mount Zhongnan

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 Its massive height near the City of Heaven 
Joins a thousand mountains to the corner of the sea.
Clouds, when I look back, close behind me, Mists, when I enter them, are gone.
A central peak divides the wilds And weather into many valleys.
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Needing a place to spend the night, I call to a wood-cutter over the river

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