Mountain Liupan

By Chairman Mao

The sky is clear and the clouds are pale,
Look at the wild geese flying towards the south.
A man cannot be a hero unless he climbs up to the Great Wall.
The journey distance is about twenty thousand li.
At the crest of the Mountain Liupan
A red flag flutters in the west wind
Today the long cord is held in hands,
When shall we bind fast the blue Dragon?

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