Translation of an Ancient Chinese Poem

GRASS

The grass may wither, but its roots die not,

And when Spring comes it renews its full life

Only grief, so long as its roots remain,

Even without Spring, is of itself reborn.

~

CH-EN SHAN-MIN

Quoted from The Penguin Book of Chinese Verse

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