Poems by Mao Zedong

Poems by Mao Zedong by Mao Zedong Poems 1-7.→ Although primarily notable for having led China for nearly thirty years, Mao Zedong (1893-1976) also wrote many poems in his life. His poems are all in the traditional Chinese verse style. Though Mao may not be one of the best Chinese poets, his poems are generally considered well written and of high literature quality.

Excerpted from Poetry of Mao Zedong on Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia.

Table of contents

Poems 1-7

Changsha (1925)
   Yellow Crane Tower (1927)
   Jinggang Mountain (1928)
   The Warlords Clash (1929)
   The Double Ninth (1929.10)
   New Year's Day (1930.01)
   On the Guangchang Road (1930.02)

Poems 8-14

March from Tingzhou to Changsha (1930.07)
   Against the First "Encirclement" Campaign (1931)
   Against the Second "Encirclement" Campaign (1931)
   Dabodi (1933)
   Huichang (1934)
   Loushan Pass (1935)
   Three Short Poems (1934-35)

Poems 15-21

The Long March (1935)
   Kunlun (1935.10)
   Mount Liupan (1935.10)
   Snow (1936.02)
   The PLA Captures Nanjing (1949.04)
   Reply to Mr. Liu Yazi (1950.10)
   Beidaihe (1954)

Poems 22-28

Swimming (1956.06)
   Reply to Li Shuyi (1957.05.11)
   Farewell to the Plague Spirit (1958.07.01)
   Shaoshan Revisited (1959.06)
   Ascent of Lu Mountain (1959.07.01)
   Militia Women (1961.02)
   Reply to a Friend (1961)

Poems 29-35

The Fairy Cave (1961.09.09)
   Reply to Comrade Guo Moruo (1961.11.17)
   Ode to the Plum Blossom (1961.12)
   Winter Clouds (1962.12.16)
   Reply to Comrade Guo Moruo (1963.01.09)
   Reascending Jinggang Mountain (1965.05)
   Two Birds: a Dialogue (1965)

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