Su Shi Index

Su Shi was the greatest writer of Song ci lyrics, often celebrating the joys of relaxed and transitory pleasures.
Each poem indexed below appears in characters, pinyin, and literal and literary English translation; alternatively, the English translations are collected on one page here.
Dreaming of My Deceased Wife on the Night of the 20th Day of the First Month
Impromptu Verse (A Lonely Sick Old Man on Eastern Slope)
Impromptu Verse (My Frosty Hair Blows Loosely in the Wind)
Mid-Autumn Moon
New Year's Watch
Visiting the Temple of Auspicious Fortune Alone on Winter Solstice
Visiting the Temple of the God of Mercy on a Rainy Day
Written While Drunk in Lake-View Pavilion on the 27th Day of the Sixth Month

See also:
Su Shi on the Open Directory Project and Wikipedia;
and an essay by David McGraw surveying Su Shi's use of humour and its political implications, plus a comparison with the work of Milan Kundera.