Lin Bu

Lin Bu (Chinese: 林逋; 967–1028) was a Chinese poet during the Northern Song dynasty. His courtesy name was Junfu (君復). One of the most famous verse masters of his time, Lin lived in recluse by the West Lake in Hangzhou for much of his later life. His works and theatrical solitude won him nationwide fame, and he was offered prestigious government posts, although he refused all civic duties in pursuit of his poetry. →Wikipedia

林逋লিন বুلين بو

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Min Zhen
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