New Year’s Eve Snow

By Song Dynasty Poet Lu You

At midnight, the north wind brought a heavy snow; the snow that was given to us by the gods just arrived on New Year’s Eve, which showed the harvest of the coming year.

Hold the glass of the half-baked Tusu wine, it has no time to celebrate the New Year, and I should use the grass to write the peach symbol of the spring on snow.

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