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Poem

Poems by Cold Mountain and Stonehouse

From mountain peaks to pine forests, three ancient Chinese poems meditate on the nature of Taoism and Zen Buddhism, sung and translated by Red Pine.

Listen to the first poem

Listen to the second poem

Listen to the third poem

Listen to an Interview with Red Pine

In this in-depth interview, Bill Porter, famously known as the translator Red Pine, reflects on his encounters with Chinese hermits and his long history with the great Taoist and Buddhist poets of China.