Shu shouted it again and the pond water once again overflowed. Shu invited him to be seated and spoke with him. How could I express my gratitude in even tens of thousands of words? The water was once again overflowing. In an earth-shaking voice, Shu called out the same words as before.
An old gentleman knocked on his door to come for a visit. How will I be able to free you from this disaster? Why, if you call yourself a Confucian, why did you save this strange creature?! You sir, wait for him to empty the water in the pond, then you must loudly call out: If not for you, I will not be able to escape my death.
He saw the yellow dragon, who was nestled in the sand. He then sat at the side of the pond and waited. I am very deeply and sincerely moved. A Daoist priest disembarked from the cloud. This is the one I referred to as harming me. He arrived bringing a staff. I have been grieving and waiting to ask you something for a very long time.
You see, I am not a human— I am a dragon! You fortunately have questioned me, and I can speak of it in this way. Shu afterwards made a special trip to the market of Guangling city to sell it. After a long time, the old man had an unpleasant matter to discuss. It was piercingly brilliant and seemingly beyond the understanding.
He was very tall, almost 10 spans. They all became red clouds, which seeped into the pond. Those who kill yellow dragons shall die!
The Daoist priest was furious! Then you call it out again. One day, he closed his gate and sat in the daytime. After a short time, he took out more than 10 vermillion talismans and heaved them violently into the open air. The Daoist priest was angry. There is a large pond one league west of here.
The Daoist priest will certainly do his magic again. He liked reading, and did not like mundane world affairs. As for the other arts, I do not understand them. I have come, unceremoniously, to present my case.Translations & Analysis of Classical Chinese Texts Renshu & The Dragon During the Tang dynasty, in the early Jianzhong period ( –.
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